'A highly pleasurable, heavily Frank O'Hara-influenced collection in love with moments and New York City and the aesthetics of cyclical ephemerality, full of exuberance and wistfulness, longing and joy'
Full of fierce astonishment
If hope were an object, it would be Alex Dimitrov's Love and Other Poems
It's the kind of surprise that makes you smile and nod, like catching a glimpse of the full moon in the middle of the day
In this affecting collection, his most fully achieved thus far, Dimitrov provides the reader with a needed celebration of pleasures
Love and Other Poems has felt like a long-awaited remedy