'In this book-length poem, (which starts in a manner reminiscent of Beckett’s Company), the isness of voice is its central preoccupation: it is considered from as many different aspects as there are parts to this multiform poem. Highly exploratory, with words sometimes rising from or inspired by selected Renaissance wood-cut engravings, Anatomy of Voice is divided into four Partitions – across which are lyricised the shiftings of the question ‘what is a voice’, and the poem’s speculative and evocative answers.'
Source: Publisher's blurb.
verba volant, scripta manet
A voice comes to one in the dark. Imagine. - Samuel Beckett, Company
Dedication: To the only begetter of these ensuing verses, Mr W.M.
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