Solarium

Jordan Zandi (Author) Henri Cole (Foreword by)
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Product Details

Price
$14.95  $13.75
Publisher
Sarabande Books
Publish Date
February 09, 2016
Pages
64
Dimensions
5.9 X 0.3 X 8.9 inches | 0.3 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781941411179
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About the Author

Jordan Zandi: Jordan Zandi grew up in the rural Midwest, and in 2011 graduated with an MFA in poetry from Boston University, where he was the recipient of a Robert Pinsky Global Fellowship to Bolivia. His poetry has appeared in The New Republic and Little Star.

Reviews

Best Poetry of 2016, The New York Times

"Zandi's mellow, sometimes deliberately goofy lines ("As loud as cats -- and happiness!") can almost fool you into missing the agile intellect that makes this one of the year's strongest first books."
--The New York Times

"A first book made eventful by the weirdness and clarity of Zandi's mind. Poetry is like solitaire: we go to it to pass the time. Zandi reminds us that passing the time is a very serious activity. His balletic inner life belies the gravity at its core."
--The New Yorker

"Zandi's debut collection radiates a fragile warmth in what proves to be an aching and uncommonly ingenious exploration of youth and memory."
--Publishers Weekly
Best Poetry of 2016, The New York Times

"Zandi's mellow, sometimes deliberately goofy lines ("As loud as cats -- and happiness!") can almost fool you into missing the agile intellect that makes this one of the year's strongest first books."
--The New York Times

"A first book made eventful by the weirdness and clarity of Zandi's mind. Poetry is like solitaire: we go to it to pass the time. Zandi reminds us that passing the time is a very serious activity. His balletic inner life belies the gravity at its core."
--The New Yorker

"Zandi's debut collection radiates a fragile warmth in what proves to be an aching and uncommonly ingenious exploration of youth and memory."
--Publishers Weekly