Castro gives us poetry that avoids the obscure. In Cera; Un a Volta we are in his grandmothers kitchen. In Running Water we are on a college campus after a student's suicide. In Marginal we sit on a plane's wing looking into the cabin and watch the clouds romping by. We visit Owls Head Maine for a counterpoint to contemporary culture. We see two views of the world on the day of Castro's birth May 1933.
Through straightforward language and direct narratives Castrol gives us diverse views of our world and life.
Also written by Anthony Castro: Straight Line Bending