a noun sing 4 new e·chaps from e·ratio editions
#10. The Galloping Man and five other poems by Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino. “ . . . how does / a body know, here is a hand, and here, is a sentence / or, / what’s riding on hearts . . . ”
#9. Prosaic Suburban Commercial by Keith Higginbotham. Two poetic sequences. “ . . . bathe deep in / the barely-there / disassembled gallery / of the everyday . . . ”
#8. Polylogue by Carey Scott Wilkerson. Poems. “ . . . with rules and constitutive games, / with paints and gramarye / with some modicum / of my reckless trust . . . ”
#7. Bashō’s Phonebook. 30 translations by Travis Macdonald. The great Japanese haiku poet Matsuo Bashō goes digital. Conceptual poetry. With translator’s notes.