The Revisionist

The unusual case of a contemporary poet whose most public, expansive voice is his most authentic.
Times Literary Supplement


Amerifil.txt: a commonplace book

More like poetry than a commonplace book, the motley of the quotations hanging together like the stanzas of one epic soliloquy.
Tin House


Both: A Portrait in Two Parts

Crase's work is itself a reclassification, in which taxonomy becomes poetry, paintings serve as love letters, and gardens rival art.
The New Yorker


The Astropastorals

The book is slender, but the writing's density gives it the fullness of almost anyone else's thick tome. And the reach is enormous.