Finely crafted poems, most are 10 characters per line, ten lines deep for
100 characters per poem. Letters not sounded are deleted, and sometimes
phrases or letters must be read over twice to move the poem forward.
Perhaps thought of as a minimalist phonetic palimpsest.
The last book in the tetralogy (pronounced De-cology-Logics) uses poems
to flesh out the unique poetics he has developed, grounded in the ecology
of writing, place and story.
An audio cd is included in each book, which adds what the author
considers an essential part of the experience. . . his wonderful reading
resounds with depth and clarifies any poems that seem opaque on first
look. All are Smyth sewn, bound with tab and slot covers, and run over 60