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"All things break and fall against this life, /and this life gathers the shards and makes song," Julie Babcock writes in this dazzling poetry/hybrid collection. Here, the gaps, ellipses, and erasures are like the clefts across which synapses fire. The cleft is between life and death, and the fire comes from Babcock's language and fearless structure. This book is a song, a fugue, a state of both being and becoming - and it will rearrange your mental furniture."
-Sue William Silverman, author of If the Girl Never Learns