Greg Wrenn's debut collection opens with a long poem in which a man
undergoes surgery to become a centaur. Other poems speak in voices
as varied as those of Robert Mapplethorpe, Hercules, and a Wise Man
at the birth of Jesus. "Centaur" skitters along the blurred lines
between compulsivity and following one's heart, stasis and
self-realization, human and animal. Here, suffering and
transcendence are restlessly conjoined.
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