22 REVIEW QUOTES FOR A POEM WITH NO WORDS OR SOUND
"better than his last …"
"an aesthetic shambles from start to finish"
"sensitive in the extreme… yet audaciously user-friendly"
"a real page turner"
"compellingly vacuous… the sense of rhythm is unimpeachable"
"cynically attempts to be all things to all men … and even more blatantly leaves room for sequels… and, lastly, obviously, a cheap and inconsequential rip-off of John Cage"
"it pains me to have to state that everyone knows I covered this ground so much more expeditiously in my ninth collection when i…"
"puts language out of its misery "
"like ee cummings without the words…or Kublai Khan without the drugs"
"acheingly touching in its inability to comprehend the world of today … a tremendous leap forward for this new voice"
"why o why"
"semaphores of music… an uneasy marriage of Beckett and Pinter "
"left me wanting more"
"tiresome, reactionary even, in its demand for adjectives …constipated … if only deleuze and guatarri were alive today"
"sublime in its evocation of the rocky road to thinking… few in number in any age are the artists so willing to take on their times"
"a cruel mockery of those afflicted with writer’s block"
"my wife found it very useful for planning a visit to the supermarkets"
"begins, as it ends, brimful of self-indulgence … words fail me"
"hooks us like fish"
"obviously ghost-written … while we applaud with one hand the artist’s bravery …it remains sadly unclear precisely which empty-headed generation the artist is commenting upon … gives its plot away too early"