We Who Saw Everything by Whit Griffin / The Cutural Society / 978-0-988-71926-2 /2015 It’s said that the Roman statesman Cassiodorus was the first writer to regularly use “modern” in the historical sense of the term, which is as much to say that the relatively new Christian Era of sixth-century Rome was, literally, happening “just now” outside Cassiodorus’ window. To… [read this]
About Christopher Rizzo
Christopher Rizzo is a writer and editor whose most recent collection of poems, Of Love & Capital, was selected for the Bob Kaufman Book Prize by judge Bernadette Mayer. His latest chapbook, Was That a Real Woman or Did You Just Make Her Up Yourself?, is forthcoming from Greying Ghost Press. Rizzo’s poetry, essays, and reviews have appeared in a range of publications, including Art New England: Contemporary Art and Culture, The Cultural Society, H_NGM_N, Jacket, Otoliths, Oyster Boy Review, Pierre Joris – Cartographies of the In-between, Process, Reconfigurations: A Journal for Poetics & Poetry / Literature & Culture, Tight, and a single-author issue of Gondola. The founding editor of Anchorite Press, he currently lives in NYC. Follow him on Twitter @TheRizPo.