Formally innovative, emotionally resonant, THAT THE WORLD SHOULD NEVER AGAIN BE DESTROYED BY FLOOD moves from allegory to lyric to shape-poem, and does so in such a way that the formal experiment of the work resolves into issues of grief and self and other and death in ways I wouldn't have guessed at. --Dan Beachy-Quick
About the Author
Originally from downstate Illinois, ANDY FRAZEE holds a BS in Advertising and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Illinois, and is currently pursuing his PhD in English and Creative Writing at the University of Georgia. His poetry has appeared in 1913, Eleven Eleven, Cannot Exist, Bath House, Faultine, Rhino, and Sycamore Review, and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2005. His book reviews, essays, and interviews appear in Verse, Jacket, Boston Review, and elsewhere on-line and in print.