Stobb’s You Are Still Alive, Reviewed

From a marvelous review by Emily Wolahan of William Stobb’s You are Still Alive (published by 42 Miles Press) just out in Colorado Review: “Science fiction is important to this collection as a catalyst for considering the “infinite abyss,” only rather than outer space it is the interior that is explored. In “Doom,” the poem jumps from Strauss’s Zarathustra to the video game Doom to a frank and dark conversation with a friend—then Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, then Victor Von Doom.”

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