THOMAS MOORE – “When People Die” Book
In his first book of poems in four years, “When People Die” finds Thomas Moore sharpening his distinctive voice to present a piercing collection of damaged and hyperemotional texts. Structured into three distinct sections, the reader is able to see the shape of the poems change as the form is pulled, tightened and then released into new shapes, with sex, death, paranoia and confusion warped into increasingly sparse and fragile sculptures.
100 page book, paperback.
New printing (2021) in larger format (13.5 x 21 cm)
|Dimensions||21 × 14 × 1 cm|