Ironic and sardonic, these witty poems, carefully sequenced but independent on their interlinking echoes and iterations, are a wake up call; they emerge from the gap between what is there and what is not, testimony to our impossible desire for clarity of vision.
— Peter Quartermain
Biglieri’s composite talk keeps all terms open, with alarming interlinear bounce and extravagance ever palpable. This is a full, heartening book.
— Bill Berkson
The image on the cover is a chalkboard rendering of Biglieri Syndrome by endocrinologist Edward Biglieri. The poem was typeset on Scotch and the display font Dada Pro from P22. Offset printing on Mohawk Superfine Ultrawhite Eggshell.
Paperback edition limited to 500 copies. (2005)