What is written can be read, and the reading mind seeks to impose order on even the most cryptic markings. In the early work, Pol Inish worked at disrupting this sense-making instinct through the deployment of disjunctive syntax and a high proportion of invented words. Similar examples of formal experimentation feature across the entire span of this work.
A gloriously radical poet, Inish was one of the stellar writers working in New York in the 1970s and 1980s.
His new offering is but another step along the disjunctive path he has been on since his poetics inception. Step aboard the Team Inish train.