Sunday, March 28, 2010
Review of Marisa Crawford's Haunted House in SF Examiner
LJ Moore Writes, "Crawford’s book is a softly shocking, sensory-waking collection of elegiac poems about childhood and young-adult friendships and how that not-adult, not-child changeling time is when we view ourselves and each other with the deepest acuity. Her free-verse poems are driven by a disarming combination of humor, true affection for her subjects, and a slightly off-kilter sense of the eerie quality of the everyday. There are tastes, scents, touches, thoughts, gut-feelings, knowings, voices: images so rich they cast a shadow over the now."
Read post below for details on next week's book release party (April 2nd at the Space Gallery in S.F)