Powell's writing is graphic, startling in its clarity, as Paul alternates between desire to serve God and his physical needs. --Spindrift Two, Summer 1994
This Seething Ocean, That Damned Eagle is a remarkable first work from someone who promises to be one of the more 'important up and comers' on the literary scene. The story compels readers, written with stark, clean, and matter-of-fact, almost existential prose. An important work from an author to watch. --Samantha Amara, author of Chopsticks and French Fries
About the Author
Caleb Powell s work is forthcoming or in various literary magazines, including The Baltimore Review, descant, Drunken Boat, Gulf Coast, The Los Angeles Review, The Pedestal Magazine, Post Road, The Rio Grande Review, The Texas Review, and Zyzzyva. He also contributes to The Rumpus, The Quarterly Conversation, and ESL Focus. He has lived and worked in Argentina, Brazil, Denmark, Guam, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and The United Arab Emirates. His ESL guide, The World Is a Class, was published in Canada by Good Cheer.