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Lit Interim

by Christopher Arigo

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Poetry. Christopher Arigo's poems have appeared in various journals including Phoebe, Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review, Fine Madness, Whiskey Island Magazine, Dine, and Pleiades. His first book-length collection of poetry, LIT INTERIM, was the winner of the 2001-2002 Transcontinental Poetry Award. His poetry is described as "A dense new apocalypse of vivid, relentless images. rich and somehow hopeful. Inventing enthnographies, drawing on Da Vinci's flying machines, and generally re-mixing history, these poems draw from diverse sources to depict a world in dissolution, but gorgeously so" - Cole Swensen.

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