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 … [Read more...]
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.