The Sorrows of Amphitrite, by Steven Carter
The immensely prolific Steven Carter has done it again, mined the nether regions of the subconscious for its valuable ore. It’s a strategy he’s employed for many years now, to great success and acclaim, often combining classical themes with contemporary ethos to create an amalgam all his own.
“Carter’s use of memory is not a crutch to lean on. It’s a key to remembering lost possibilities.” — Bob Lucky
[after Anne Boleyn] O death, rock me asleep 1 What is eternity anyway? What, if not a remedy? — A half-rhyme with life Turned inside out, a sock In the I — Wash of tears — your tears, my poor Annabelle, Helping us to see when We had the sovereign desire to see!
Size: 5" x 7.5"
Binding: perfect softbound