Winner of the Poetry Center Book Award from San Francisco State University (2017) LETTERRS is a book of poems that examines and interrogates language to its core, the shapes and sounds. In these poems Orlando White explores the origins and existence of letters, words, typography, the white space of the page, and their philosophical values to the writer/reader....
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Innovative form with a meditative quality. I especially enjoyed "Whit."Some other highlights:"For letters commit our sins,but in turn redeem us from print.""Excavate what appears to be an ORemove its tiny white cranium."
Hauntingly beautiful collection of poetry by a Native American writer. How do letters dance across the page to form words? Thoughts? One letter unfurls into the next one. "It develops always by being written,/each time its shape requires various perceptions in the page."