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Published: Apr 1 1996
Size: 5.75 x 8.75
S. X. Rosenstock
S. X. Rosenstock writes poetry and essays in Los Angeles, where she lives with her husband and daughter. Her work has appeared in the Paris Review, the Antioch Review, and other publications.
"Rosenstock has cerated her own quirky nomenclature of experience, her own wisecracking erotics of art, by rummaging through what she calls 'the troves of culture's treasures.' She has given us a verbal universe where artists are antically associated, where the spirit sashays forth and the sidestreets of excess—filled with the wild signs and clamorous voices, imaginative roads not taken—all turn up at the palace of wisdom."—Edward Hirsch
"Imagine the Divine Comedy, Goblin Market, Divine Comedies, and Brock-Broido's Hunger, then join with them Rosenstock's prismatic music, and you will have United Artists."—Cynthia Macdonald
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