42 Miles Press author Bill Rasmovicz will be reading poems from his latest book Gross Ardor as part of the Indiana University South Bend English Department Fall Event Series on Thursday, October 17th, at 7:30pm. The reading will be on the Weikamp 3rd floor bridge. “Perhaps Gross Ardor is what happens in a world bentContinue reading “Bill Rasmovicz reading at IUSB”
THREE POEMS BY BILL RASMOVICZ THE EVIDENCE The air choked with cottonwood dander and tranquilizer blue. From the crevice of a rock wall, a fist of wildflowers sucker-punching the nothing. People toting cameras and beers equaling some inebriated form of truth-equals-beauty. In the broken cathedral a windowless window frames the notion that what’s gone isContinue reading “Poems of the Week – Bill Rasmovicz”
Read Bill’s poem In Ripe Wilderness on Verse Daily today. Purchase a copy of Gross Ardor at SPD or Amazon.
Winner of the 42 Miles Press Poetry Award, Bill Rasmovicz’s second full-length book of poems, Gross Ardor, focuses on a faith in the alchemy of the imagination. The book is post-apocalyptic in tone, but its incantatory rhythms and perceptual particularities, as they unfold line by line, create a continuously vibrant sense of the phenomenological, theContinue reading “Bill Rasmovicz’s Gross Ardor out now!”