Here’s some exciting news for all you poetry fans out there. Robert Wrigley, SR contributor from Issue 7, has a new book called Box coming out in March 2017. This will be the tenth published collection of poems from the acclaimed, award-winning poet.
To purchase or read more information about Box, click here.
To read Robert’s poems that were published in Superstition Review, click here.
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One thought on “Contributor Update: Robert Wrigley’s New Book”
I really enjoyed Wrigley’s piece in Issue 7, “Short Answer: Mishap With a Nail Gun,” and I can’t wait to read his new book. The description sounds amazing. I love that he’s focusing on the theme of containment and how he is going to explore “the way people are contained or confined—by time, mortality, technology, identity, culture, and history—in almost everything they are and everything they do.” I feel like this is such a relevant topic that would be so fascinating to explore through poetry. I can’t wait to pick up a copy of this book – March 2017 can’t come soon enough!
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