Alfonso D'Aquino - a book of shifting subjectivity and liquid perspective, of surrealist tradition and Butoh-like gestures. The speaker morphs into what he observes; speech comes alive while a plant becomes speech

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Alfonso D'Aquino, fungus skull eye wing: Selected Poems of Alfonso D'Aquino, Trans. by Forrest Gander, Copper Canyon Press 2013.

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