Monday, December 26, 2016
What I've Read: Tremulous Hinge by Adam Gianelli
Striking images also populate the text, providing an artful sense of illustration to themes as widely varying as stuttering, loss, love and the myriad ways in which we find solace and consolation. Each poem is deftly felt and witnessed, often distilling particular moments into verse in a way that feels tonally similar to haiku, even if the poem itself is multi-stanza and/or free verse.
Giannelli's poems are carefully crafted with an impeccable alignment of details, making Tremulous Hinge an exciting and fresh debut poetry collection.
Thank you to NetGalley and the University of Iowa Press for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for review.