Poems About Moss
Poems About Moss is: 1) poems named after moss; 2) collages named after moss; 3) an essay that grows and grows. It is now available from Radioactive Cloud.
Specifications: hand-built, hand-stapled edition of 50; two-color silk-screened cover using sketches from Elva Lawton’s monumental Moss Flora of the Pacific Northwest; poems originally in Cloud Rodeo, Fog Machine, ICHNOS, Reality Hands, and Yalobusha Review; moss collages; moss essay. Find it here.
THREATS (the chapbook of poems) is based on THREATS (the novel) by Amelia Gray. In 24 poems, THREATS (the chapbook) threatens you, but it doesn’t mean it. Well, it kind of means it.
What They Took Away
“Dennis James Sweeney’s What They Took Away is an epic apocalypse of the minutiae, an apocalypse of life stripped of tedium, of obtrusiveness. Sweeney’s magical miniature world showcases the terror of erasure and the wreckage of return. This is a book of oracular providence.”