Wan-Hu's Flying Chair explores the 'furious stillness' of love and
art. From Chinese legends to scenes from artists' studios, these
poems open apertures on twilit worlds, where the 'elastic collision
of lovers' burns, ears clang to the 'torture of air', and 'winged
creatures quiver on springs'. Here, the voices of old masters and
artists' wives, of holy men 'huddled round three-legged dings' and
steam engineers dissolve into a curious chorus. In this collection,
language seeks to break the 'well of gravity' as it 'tidies the
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