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Vincent Cellucci's "An Easy Place/To Die" is a tour-de-force of language and Cellucci's eye brutal and unerring, though ultimately tender. He pulls the reader into rapidly unfolding worlds - universes, really - where "nother" and "nother" dashes, meanders, whorls story after story of wreckage and redemption. His voice pinions every poem to place and no place, reeling the reader through startling shifts, a loosening of poetic lines, marvelously, frighteningly disorienting, just as New Orleans was after the Katrina flood, where "Once in awhile/the dark wind/beguiles again". A brilliant book, courageous and undaunted.