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Ted Mathys is a brilliant, beautiful poet He applies words to the page the way an artist applies color to a canvas, and sometimes you just have to pause and stare closely at a particular combination of words or juxtaposition of phrases and allow them to soak deeply into your consciousness in the hopes that you ll remember them for later Or at least that you ll remember the way they made you feel. I ll be honest I don t think I have any idea how to rate a book of poetry Any suggestions 1 I love the cover.2 The poetry, especially the poems involving catalogs, is intriguing.Overall, a strong book of verse. read my proper review on the bark blog 1st read 12 1 092nd 3 24 15 (READ PDF) ä Forge ⛄ Contemporary Ohio, New York, And Eastern Europe Form The Backdrop For The Beauty And Pathos Unleashed In These Poems Using The Vernacular Of His Rust Belt Heritage, Mathys Builds Upon Memory And Myth In A Passionate Exploration Of Culture, Faith, Sexuality, And Artistic Creation Reaffirming Poetry S Place In Shaping The Perceptions Of Our World, These Tensile, Incantatory Poems Find Lyric Grace In Shaping A Poetics Amidst The Fragmentation Of SocietyOriginally From Wooster, Ohio, And A Graduate Of Carleton College In Minnesota, Ted Mathys Has Taught English In Hong Kong And Worked For The US State Department In Berlin A National Endowment For The Arts Literary Fellow, Mathys Now Lives And Works In New York City