In Ross' seventh book of poetry, he explores the relationships of seemingly unrelated words—of “middle” to “excluded,” “dizzy” to “morality,” “language” to “stump,”—brilliantly revealing the processes of thought and the associative relationships of anything to everything else, of concepts of gardens to weed to seeds, from plants to addictions to matches. Winner of the 2003 Gertrude Stein Award, Ross' book demonstrates, once again, his intense exploration of meaning and the way we (the readers) determine—through those meanings—how we will live in the world.

Ross recently moved from California to Paris, where he lives with his wife, Laura Wilber, and their son Julien Joseph.

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