Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Eleni Zisimatos reviews philip miletic’s marginal prints (2017) at the Vallum blog
Montreal poet, editor and publisher Eleni Zisimatos was good enough to provide the first review of philip miletic’s marginal prints (2017) over at the blog for Vallum magazine. Thanks so much! You can see the original review here.
marginal prints by Philip Miletic is an accomplished book of avant-garde-type poetry that engages the reader fully. With expert control of his words, Miletic opens an exciting world to us, a world of spaces and meaning, couched within the avenues of a relationship. His poetry has a shifting range of forms, moving from poems like:
I thought of the passage
I thought of the passage in relation to you
I thought of the passage in relation to me
I thought of the passage and our shared conversation
I thought of the passage and our shared sense of ecstasy
marginal prints is a chapbook worth reading. Philip Miletic lives in Kitchener, ON and his book is published by above/ground press (2017).