Into by Christopher Sweeney, Robert Snyderman & Lonely Christopher

Into is a book of three first books, each composed by three authors, and it constitutes a travelogue and trialogue of possible approaches, paths, procedures, all to discover the mountain, and how it takes—to do this—the place of a poem. It is also a book about place: the place of the page, one's place in the history of pages, and the absence of place that defines poetry's essential openness. Jabès called this absence love. Snyderman calls it the mountain. Sweeney, face. And Lonely Christopher: earth trembles / destroy nothing /hold it back // place is the sentence."
-Christian Hawkey, author of Citizen Of

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