On the Vanishing of Large Creaturesby Susan Hutton
As her title suggests, Susan Hutton's poems are about vanishing � not disappearances, exactly, but the way anything can appear lost when it becomes something else. Moving deftly from Houdini to the backyard, from Euclid's proofs to an inexplicable suicide, Hutton's poems are about finding, collecting, and saving, are themselves dazzling little assemblages of the ordinary and the incredible, one inside the other. They are lovely, mysterious, and rewarding.
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