Dubious Angels: Poems After Paul Klee
"In DUBIOUS ANGELS," Keith Ratzlaff takes a wild leap heavenwards out of antic collisions--collisions between mayhem and majesty, insouciance and piety, piracy and the absolute poverty of an angel's way. This is a spry book, and sobering., 'Like a road/ disappearing in the trees'--Donald Revell.
"DUBIOUS ANGELS is collaborative in the deepest sense, one artist taking the work of another as source and following paths it suggests but didn't explore. In their originality, their force of intention, these wonderful poems praise their subjects by living up to Klee's devotion and reach"--Bob Hicok.