Even that small, fervent band of readers who have been with Will Alexander from the beginning will be taken aback by the breath-taking breadth of this collection. From Angeleno cimmerian fish to Johnny Sekka, Alexander's sheer range of address constantly presents readers with the new, circulating in new language. "Could one say," asks Alexander, "that one enters into an intensity of recognition," and we recognize exactly the intensity that greets us in these pages. Forget tattoos; come here for the emblazoned ontogenic.
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