Written by John Kinsella
John Kinsella’s sixth collection of poetry is a dynamic, imaginative and engaging exploration of language itself; it’s creation from experience and to experience.
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
‘It has often been remarked that John Kinsella has two bodies of work. The Silo: A Pastoral Symphony … can be cited as exemplary of a meditative, narrative mode of poetry, while the work collected here could be said to represent his interests in the “experimental”. But the difference between the books is, in fact, an epistemological one — a question of where what’s known lies. And this, in turn, is a temporal question. The Silo is a book of memory … Erratum/Frame(d) is a book of the present, “denying its geography, blurring genre”.’ Lyn Hejinian
(205 x 138mm)