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Titel: To and To
Verlag: Left Hand Books
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Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781880516249-3
Inhaltsangabe: To and To contains poems and halftones of drawings and sculptural installations featuring Sigler's clay poems. Sigler's writing throws off a glare of understatement: "A leaf / reveals / its own /graph // pushing out / its chest," Sigler writes in "A Flat Chest." Beneath the glare, description changes into something rich and strange: "The past desert / had credentials: // the amplified tinkle / of a leaf // the mingling roar / of a school fence // two collapsed ginghams / made portable," he writes in "The Desert." These poems also come with credentials, "a minor grit" lodging in the shadow text or image that accompanies any reading of them: As Sigler writes in "Agent": "Tug my nose // from the / friendly brown / air // Untie the / two which / drag my / boots // Announce me // through the / megaphone of / my ear"
Über den Autor: Jeremy Sigler received a BFA in 1991 from University of Pennsylvania and an MFA in sculpture in 1995 from University of California, Los Angeles. He has published four books: To and To (Left Hand Books, 1998), Mallet Eyes (Left Hand Books, 2000), Led Almost by My Tie (with Jessica Stockholder, Ruth Lingen Editions, 2007), and Math (Ubuweb Editions, 2008). His forthcoming book, Crackpot Poet, will be published by Black Square Editions/Brooklyn Rail in 2010. Sigler is the author of the short play, "Unphotography," which was published in Ari Marcopoulos' The Chance is Higher (Dashwood Books, 2008). While teaching in Baltimore at the Maryland Institute College of Art, he formed the band Ponytail and directed his own stage adaptation of Jerzy Kozinski's "Being There." Sigler was a recipient of a Lannan Foundation residency in Marfa, Texas in 2006. He is the Associate Editor of Parkett Publishers and was appointed Lecturer in sculpture at Yale in 2009.
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