Feralizing: An Age Coming in Five Acts, Alex Wells Shapiro

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Shapiro’s urban environments and relationships focus on everyday details – “gum wad loose foil and rock” – that provide the familiar comforts of belonging. Often experimental yet always accessible, his poems plainly present the tangible, specific moments of city life without erasing their emotional and symbolic depth. Meaning, for Shapiro, is found on the streets, underfoot, as the body moves through crowded spaces.

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