From Anacoluthon

Sex, death, unrequited love, Calvinist restraint, cops, pool hustlers, mushrooms, mothers, existential angst and even a voice from the grave. Aryan Kaganof and Dick Tuinder’s Anacoluthon is a joy of associative play between image and verse, a joy in the terror of homophones, homophobes and tongue-struck and stuck lovers, and the culminating joy of the text continually making and remaking itself.



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