You. by Joseph P. Wood
YOU. In verse that is both wild and taut with controlled fire, YOU. careens through a psychic underworld of passion and imprecation where husband and wife, father and daughter, addict and rehab, self and god, join and divide. Joseph Wood’s book-length screed haunts like a Rilkean summons: YOU. must change your life.
About The Author
Joseph P. Wood: Born in the heart of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1975, he is the author of four books and five chapbooks of poetry, which include Broken Cage (Brooklyn Arts Press 2014, finalist for the 2013 National Poetry Series), Fold of the Map (Salmon, 2014), and I & We (CW Books, 2010). His work has appeared in venues such as Arts & Letters Daily, BOMB, Boston Review, Cincinnati Review, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Poetry London, Prairie Schooner, Verse, among others. He is an assistant professor of English at the University of Alabama-Birmingham.
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