A Review of Diana Salier's echapbook, wikipedia says it will pass
Diana Salier deploys an intriguing, pop-cultured frustration—a humankind-gone-fad constructed via social insecurities and concepts of love, sex, and betrayal. wikipedia says it will pass (The Red Ceilings Press, 2011) provides readers with a polygonal voice that celebrates the imperfect, admires the costumed, and explores specious zones of ghost and person. This poet knows us and she knows us well. She asks us questions just to be sure: “what’s your general purpose / what’s your gist? / give it to me in a 140 characters or less”
And the beautiful part is … I think Diana Salier knows 140 characters will never be enough.
Read the echapbook [here]