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

 


Amerifil.txt: a commonplace book
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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
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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
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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.
 
Hyperallergic