Fifty-Word Review: Bluets by Maggie Nelson

Bluets by Maggie Nelson

Neither poetry nor prose, existing between but transforming both, Maggie Nelson’s Bluets astounds in its generosity of detail, insight and compelling language. Love, injury, art, failure, truth, loneliness, sex and the color blue in all its shades and moods permeate this work. Read it now. You have waited long enough!

Published by Wave Books: http://www.wavepoetry.com/

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4 thoughts on “Fifty-Word Review: Bluets by Maggie Nelson

  1. Robert,
    Just wanted to say thanking for liking my blog a little way back now on 30th April – have enjoyed reflective pauses mulling over your poems on visiting your site and really identify with your compulsion to hoard books!

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