Where does New England intersect with Old Europe? GM´s Pontiac Firebird, iPods, atrophic long-distance relationships, wax figures, dildos, facebook, guardian angels, the A-Train to Brooklyn, vinyl records, japanomania, speed dating, theater organs, and Carl Lewis are certainly a strange assortment.

And yet, the Boston born German-American poet Paul-Henri Campbell (1982) delivers just this:  a more monstrous than postmodern inventory in a rhythm that inspires surprisingly plausible relationships among things otherwise completely unconnected. The themes are transported by a voice that jives along in a current of suggestive metaphors and a torrent of unpretentiously wayward sound.


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