The Light is Different Every Day: Brent Goodman’s the brother swimming beneath me

BY RUTH JOYNTON, Nonfiction Editor There are at least three voices at work in Brent Goodman’s the brother swimming beneath me.  There is the voice of the lens: poems rich in sight-detail that move as a cycle of photographs before the reader, often with the same subject shot from several angles. “The Sunarban Swampland Tiger swims … Continue reading The Light is Different Every Day: Brent Goodman’s the brother swimming beneath me

Brent Goodman’s New Book

BY ERIN BLAKESLEE, Nonfiction Editor We here at Sycamore Review just received a copy of Brent Goodman‘s poetry collection The Brother Swimming Beneath Me, published 2009 by Black Lawrence Press.  Goodman received his M.F.A. in Poetry from Purdue University in 1995, and we’re always proud to see a graduate make good.  Congratulations, Brent, and to all blog readers, … Continue reading Brent Goodman’s New Book