On “Bone Antler Stone”: Ancient Europe, the Narrow Book & Finding Poetry Again

6 thoughts on “On “Bone Antler Stone”: Ancient Europe, the Narrow Book & Finding Poetry Again”

  1. I usually avoid reading descriptions of a poets life and his journey into the thick of his own work. But in this case, and without having read “Bone…” I am nearly as fascinated by the enfolding of the one into the subject of his inquiry. What seems a mutual rehearsal of a common mythology appears to have blended poet and history into a seamless invocation from which the one has little meaning apart from the other. Books on order, looking forward to reading them.

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  2. There’s a sliver of the autobiography you were asking for! Thanks for ordering, they’re on their way. Look forward to hearing what you make of them, Red.

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