William Fuller
The Central Reader
24 pages, saddlestitched
ISBN 0-945926-48-0

In this pamphlet-length poem, William Fuller offers a text where "language is a wing." Fuller makes perceptible the struggle for the text to co-exist with its human interpreters (both author and reader). We are confronted with a poem which states "Land alleges my form / amputated by poetry." In this poem written in memory of Tim McGinnis, Fuller places our mortality at the book's core: "Neither flesh nor word, I look back from where I will go." William Fuller lives and works in Chicago, Ill. His previous books include Byt, Aether and The Sugar Borders.

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