By Helen Humphreys
Physical and fiercely lyric, Helen Humphreys' Anthem is a litany of wish. A music of poverty and of wish, of the succeed in ahead and the relentless backward look. With stark photographs and refined, tensile energy, her poems contact that infrequent period among presence and lack, echo and solution, among wall and window and sky -- that hole within which we are living, the gap phrases make.
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Anthem by Helen Humphreys