Phantom Limb Issue 6 Reviewed by Columbia College Chicago

Big thanks to Daniel Scott Parker, whose generous and savvy review of Phantom Limb‘s sixth issue appeared today on the Columbia Poetry Reviews blog.

It’s incredibly weird (but nice weird!) to see myself referred to by last name: “Frick and [Joshua] Ware both get at what it means to understand our place in the middle of this chaos: ‘You must try to identify. Something familiar. In the ashes. . . . White your body out. When finished, name your imprints,’ writes Frick. There’s the ontological impulse to name these unnamable vacancies, both inside and outside of our bodies, and to locate those parts that help us remember who it is we are trying to be.”

Thank you Daniel, and Kelly & Brian over at Phantom Limb.