Poetry. Modeling the courage of the witness as a compelling poetic subjectivity, COMMUTER attempts to encourage response by negotiating notions of the self. Juliana Spahr calls COMMUTER "a painfully beautiful and transformatively aestheticized book."
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About the Author
James Belflower received a BA in music composition from Arizona State University before attending the University of Colorado, Boulder, for his M.A. in Creative Writing. His work has appeared in EOAGH, First Intensity, 580 Split and other magazines. He curates PotLatch.org, a website dedicated to the gifting and exchange of poetry. Belflower currently resides in New York and is pursuing a PhD in poetics at SUNY Albany.