Transversalinflections reviews Ana Božičević’s Stars of the Night Commute (Tarpaulin Sky Press, 2009), comparing Bozicevic’s work to a variety of other things we love, such as Jack Spicer, Jean-Luc Godard, and snowglobes:

I would like to think of the whole book and its sections and its individual poems as a snowglobe that has been shaken up, and where not snow, but objects are floating around in varying connected but wondrous configurations. . . .The poems are no longer primarily linear, but are constellations of ideas that have body and dimensions as well as being open and porous.

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