Emily Rosco’s Raw Goods Inventory

BY BRIAN DUNN In contemporary poetry, we have come to expect leaps and digressions.  We expect the subject of a poem to change quickly and, as readers, are asked to do quite a bit of associative work.  In his essay “Association in Poetry” Carl Phillips writes, “When applied successfully, the associative method makes for a … Continue reading Emily Rosco’s Raw Goods Inventory