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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

A Civilization by Fred Muratori

Projecting a civilization on the outside world entails nerve, self-awareness, and a sense of politic architecture. Then artistry must follow. As readers wander through A Civilization, Fred Muratori’s cityscape of towered poesy, marveling at this imagined culture’s vertical totems, they cannot fail to glimpse essential moments of coming timelessness and feel the surge and ebb of creation’s pride. Both the glory of Babel and ruin of successive empires coexist in this recursive collection. For more of my review of A Civilization go here: http://dougholder.blogspot.com/2015/09/a-civilization-poems-by-fred-muratori.html

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