Green Lantern Press, 2016
“Roberto Harrison is a minimalist, but his poems transmit consciousness through association and fragmentation. culebra ‘knows to be the one another time within/ as it dissolves/ in mountains’ and evokes the important paradox of inconstancy and stillness that underlies the eco-spiritual life of the Americas. In poems that slither in spiritual migration towards unity, Harrison becomes the visionary poet of the Anthropocene, the poet we need for the other side of our age.” — Carmen Giménez Smith
A poet, essayist, and visual artist, Roberto Harrison is the author of CULEBRA (Green Lantern Press, 2016), BICYCLE (Noemi Press, 2015), OS (Subpress, 2006), COUNTER DAEMONS (Litmus Press, 2006), and many chapbooks including Bridge of the World (cannot exist, 2011). With Andrew Levy he published and edited Crayon magazine from 1997 to 2008. He lives in Milwaukee.