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The Poetics of Trespass

by Erik Anderson

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Literary Nonfiction. Using his Denver apartment as a central locale, Erik Anderson walked a path that traced the letters Pastoral between February and March 2007. Navigating the various curves and corners of the city streets, Anderson charts the experiences of a writer in a man-made environment. Explorative, adventurous, and insightful, Anderson's meditations serve as a compelling social and aesthetic commentary.… (more)
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My review of The Poetics of Trespass can be read in Rain Taxi's Fall 2010 on-line edition. Here's the link: http://www.raintaxi.com/online/2010fall/anderson.shtml# ( )
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Literary Nonfiction. Using his Denver apartment as a central locale, Erik Anderson walked a path that traced the letters Pastoral between February and March 2007. Navigating the various curves and corners of the city streets, Anderson charts the experiences of a writer in a man-made environment. Explorative, adventurous, and insightful, Anderson's meditations serve as a compelling social and aesthetic commentary.

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