Attention Span 2011 | Mark Truscott
We give a slight edge to perception over conception.
Ken Belford | Decompositions | Talon | 2010
Camille Martin | Sonnets | Shearsman | 2010
Donato Mancini | Buffet World | New Star | 2011
Thomas A. Clark | The Hundred Thousand Places | Carcanet | 2010
Arakawa and Madeline Gins | Mechanism of Meaning | Abrams | 1979
Josef Albers | Interaction of Color | Yale | 2006
Donald Judd | Complete Writings 1959-1975 | NSCAD | 2005
Mark Goldstein | Tracelanguage: A Shared Breath | BookThug | 2010
Laynie Browne | The Desires of Letters | Counterpath | 2010
Dorothea Lasky | Poetry Is Not a Project | Ugly Duckling | 2010
Jon Cotner and Andy Fitch | Ten Walks/Two Talks | Ugly Duckling | 2010
(With longing glances toward Stephen Collis’s On the Materials and Joseph Massey’s At the Point, which unjustly remain in the reading pile.)
Mark Truscott is the author of Said Like Reeds or Things (Coach House, 2004), Nature (BookThug, 2010), and Form: A Series (BookThug, 2011). He lives in Toronto.