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To see like a leaf. To stop at every this-is-why. To be as careless as frayed twine. In Patchy Ways, Larew ventures out into the world’s wide open, finds questions and remarkables, and retrieves a squint or two of what it means to be alive. Come share the shade with him.
Larew’s voice is distinctive, unlike any of his contemporaries. If I had to recognize any influence, I might cite e e cummings.
-- Judith Robinson, Poet and Artist
Sneak Preview: Enjoy this mesmerizing presentation of Stephanie Niles' German translation of Clusters.
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