Poetry. SACCADE PATTERNS explores vision, the erotic gaze, and social discernment. The book opens with a shuffled text that dismantles melodrama by inscribing primate capacity for abstract thought. There's even a list of possible names for a pet cricket that follows a mathematic iteration. The poems seem to ask how an ekphrastic poem based on the story of Tristan und Isolde illumines the oldest gaze of love and eros. "Highways out to desert proving grounds" lead to technologically-enhanced vision, failures in our "dynastic speed-up."
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