Seth Abramson reviews two Omnidawn titles on The Huffington Post

In his June 2012 Contemporary Poetry Reviews on The Huffington Post, poet and critic Seth Abramson has reviewed Craig Santos Perez’ from unincorporated territory [saina] (Omnidawn 2010) and Calvin Bedient’s The Multiple, forthcoming from Omnidawn September 1, 2012:

1. The Multiple, Calvin Bedient (Omnidawn Publishing, 2012). These stunning poems succeed not merely at the level of the poem or stanza or line but indeed the word — Bedient leaps and pivots and lunges so kinetically the reader can only marvel at his dexterity.

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4. from Unincorporated Territory [saina], Craig Santos Perez (Omnidawn Publishing, 2010). This book, the second in a series of books subtitled “from Unincorporated Territory,” requires — more properly, demands — careful study and consideration from both poetry-readers and historians alike, as it constitutes an ambitious act of historical recovery that challenges even as it educates.

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