An Orange by Ted Dodson

A thoughtful, experiential second collection of poems, Dodson’s work reroutes essay, narrative, and confessionalism, detouring from criticism into bisexual desire and navigating modernity as fluently as it imagines speculative destinations for language. From the graceful realism of the opening travelogues to its final long poem, An Orange guides memory and affect into cosmopolitan forms: disalienating, expansive, and tonic.

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