The miniature poems that comprise Go On, Ethel Rackin’s second collection, constitute distilled moments in time that paradoxically extend our field of concentration and vision. Focusing on various kinds of survival — personal, political, environmental — Go On asks what it means to endure in unsure times. By turns collaged, diaristic, and panoramic, the poems that make up this collection combine to form a kind of crazy-quilt of lyric association and connection.
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