$120.00 • 32 pp. • 1987
Thirty-two lavish red-black-blue-green drawing poems on 279 x 432 mm Hammermill acid-free thick clay-like stock in sturdy black portfolio wherein (dead?) author attempts to write (his name?) the signatures of some thing—art here?/can read?—in owl talk with letters. Some rough/approximate (bogus) American “equivalents” could read: Moon Light On Road. Owl Glides. Frogs Cease. Hillside as Such. Some Thing Through Brush. Iris Shining Depth Whom. Winter Solstice Xmas Tree. What a production!
Robert Grenier, poet and editor, was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1941. He was founding co-editor of the influential magazine This (1971-1974) and co-editor of The Collected Poems of Larry Eigner, Volumes 1-4 (2010). Publications include, Phantom Anthems (1986), Sentences Towards Birds (1990), A Day at the Beach (2008) and Farming the Words : Talking with Robert Grenier (2009). He lives in Bolinas, California.