by: Chris Stroffolino
At the heart of these two-column poems is a sense of universal dislocation and a shared unknowability. They touch on love, sex, political struggle, branding, economics, art, friendship, all while recognizing that our knowledge of ourselves and the world doesn’t necessarily lead to insight, and, even more concerning, insight doesn’t necessarily lead to change.
Chris Stroffolino’s first book of poetry in fourteen years, Drinking From What I Once Wore, is due out from Diaphanous Press in 2018. His recent books include Death Of A Selfish Altruist (memoir), and Notes To A MFA in Non-Poetry (essays).