Poetry. "Nathanson's HOME ON THE RANGE is an energetic, original and curious work, roaming among poetry, fiction, and dream--a "travel" narrative traversing many haunted semantic sites. Whitman-inspired in its scope and interactive probing, yet also a work evoking losses, oddities, and orphanhood. The work is a considerable achievement, with the power to startle and confront in every way, from concept to detail"--Rachel Blau DuPlessis. "Tenney Nathanson is one of the poets who in a transparent way are obsessed by investigation and consciousness... His idea of the poem is of a naturalizing epic that may exclude nothing. In this sense, his poetry is always about the family and the possibilities of friendship and Eros in a bleak time--Nathanson comes from the tradition of experience and Dewey, and his work is less about anything than it is a wilderness experience, like the baggy novel full of fate: the long poem to wander. He is one of my favorite poets, and he is impossibly and humorously seri
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