An overview of Frederick Seidel's best and most famous poetry from the past five decades, showing the evolution of a master poet's craft.
This collection provides readers with a perpetually exciting, compact edition of the revolutionary poet's most powerful work. Frederick Seidel has been hailed as 'the poet of a new contemporary form' (New York Review of Books), and 'the most frightening American poet ever' (Boston Review). His ambitious, disturbing and tender work has mystified and captured critics, poets and readers for decades. Select Seidel allows readers to appreciate the scope of Seidel's work over the past half-century and his uncanny ability to say the unsayable. Seidel is, in the words of the critic Adam Kirsch, 'the best American poet writing today'.
Frederick Seidel's many books of poems include Peaches Goes It Alone, The Cosmos Trilogy, Ooga-Booga, Poems 1959-2009, Nice Weather and Widening Income Inequality.
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