Poetry. YOUR RELATIONSHIP TO MOTION HAS CHANGED, Amish Trivedi's second book, is an exploration through a wandering mind in the middle of external chaos. The poems trace private and public histories, from Lincoln mythos to serial killers, tied together through contorted bodies, whipped lungs, one eye firmly on the abyss, and one hand reaching back from it. "One more nightmare and I'm out," but what are we waking into?
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About the Author
Amish Trivedi is the author of Sound/Chest (Coven Press, 2015) and a few chapbooks—What We Remembered Before the Fire (above/ground, 2018) most recently. Poems are in Kenyon Online, New American Writing, Typo, and other places. He has reviewed music for The Rumpus and poetry for Sink Review and Jacket2. He has an MFA from Brown and is at work on a PhD at Illinois State University.