Poetry
12.1 / FALL / WINTER 2016

AESCHYLUS KEEPS THROWING HIMSELF

 

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NOTE: The epigraph comes from Aeschylus’s Prometheus Bound and may be translated, “seeing the ship sailing on badly equipped with dark sails.”

 

 

 

John J. Trause is the author of Eye Candy for Andy; Inside Out, Upside Down, and Round and Round; Seriously Serial; Latter-Day Litany, the latter staged Off-Off Broadway; and Exercises in High Treason, a book of fictive translations, found poems, and manipulated texts.  His translations, prose, poetry, and visual work appear internationally in many journals and anthologies, and Marymark Press has published his visual poetry and art as broadsides and sheets.  He is the subject of a 30-on-30-in-30 essay on The Operating System, written by Don Zirilli, and an author of an essay on Baroness Elsa at the same site, both in April 2016.

 


12.1 / FALL / WINTER 2016

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