With no recollection of how or when he received the beautiful brown leather-bound notebook, Lazer’s P I E C E S is at once a book-length meditation in brief fragments and a response to the first page that had already been written in the found notebook. That first page describes a ritual for speaking to God; it was written by Lazer’s uncle, Stan Goodman, a neurosurgeon and Biblical scholar.
P I E C E S, in part an homage to Robert Creeley’s short-line poems, extends Lazer’s ongoing development of a new spiritual poetry, continuing the discoveries and questions found in his earlier books: The New Spirit, Poems that Look Just Like Poems, and field recordings of mind in morning.
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