Apophenia by Jeremy Freedman

$14.99

The universe of Jeremy Freedman‘s Apophenia ranges from an unidentified Waffle House to the canals of Venice, with the raw material of New York City serving as home base. Freedman’s generous, confident voice serves as guide, sometimes “as frayed / as the night’s last siren”, sometimes humming with gentle humor that slides into sadness in an instant. Meanwhile, Liszt “fills your ears like rush hour / or the crush on a jetway.” The music, the unexpected juxtapositions, the wry humanity of Apophenia make it an incredibly moving, intelligent read.

–Sarah Perry, author of After the Eclipse

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Apophenia

by Jeremy Freedman

$14.99, paper

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Jeremy Freedman lives and works in New York City. His poems often engage themes of history, politics, perception, and the mysterious question of how we think we know what we know. Apophenia is his first chapbook. Dictionaries define “apophenia” as the human tendency to perceive a connection between unrelated or random things.

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