Jill Jones, Senses Working Out
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Senses Working Out gathers together poems from a larger project of poems without titles, of poems moving within days, within weather, working themselves out through the continuum of senses and of histories.
“What I have loved especially in Jones’ poetry … is the way she uses poetry to create a free self – positive, humane, fully exposed to life. It is at this level that I think of her work as having a spiritual kinship to Frank O’Hara and early Ashbery – that beautiful rich innocence in which, using a contemporary unpretentious vocabulary, they were able to state the passionate exposure of living in a post-religious, post-grandiose world.” – Peter Boyle