Year of the Ghost, Pt. 2: A Review of Matthew Rohrer’s DESTROYER AND PRESERVER

BY JOSHUA DIAMOND This is part of a two-part essay series on the emergence of ghosts in poetry. Take a look back at There’s a ghost in my poetry, Part 1: G.C. Waldrep and John Gallaher’s Your Father on the Train of Ghosts. If Harold Ramis, in Dr. Egon Spengler’s infinite wisdom, has taught us … Continue reading Year of the Ghost, Pt. 2: A Review of Matthew Rohrer’s DESTROYER AND PRESERVER