Tag Archives: Some Love

Daily Dose of Immortality

This is not a book. This is a work in the making for quite some time (a little over 25 years). It is the nature of such work to extend itself directly into its maker. Indeed, from the moment Scott … Continue reading

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BIRTHDAY/BOOKDAY

On the 23 of September 2016, Alex Caldiero celebrates his 67th birthday. On the 27 of September he celebrates the birth of his new book Who Is the Dancer, What Is the Dance at Ken Sanders Rare Books in Salt … Continue reading

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Translating the Untranslatable

Last summer I visited my friend Zarko Radakovic in Cologne, Germany. I brought with me a gift for Zarko from my friend Alex Caldiero—Alex’s newest book: Zarko wanted to reciprocate, but when I suggested that he send Alex a copy … Continue reading

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Review of Alex Caldiero’s SOME LOVE

Open Letters Monthly has just published my review of Alex’s remarkable new book. You can find the review HERE. I called the review “Moving at the Speed of Love,” a phrase my son Tim provided during a conversation. And then I … Continue reading

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Moving at the Speed of Love: Alex Caldiero’s New Book “Some Love”

It’s a prickly book, this new exploration of love and language by Alex Caldiero. The dedication to Alex’s wife—”for Setenay, some love”—ought to raise some questions at home, questions that find many satisfying answers in the edifying and eviscerating and … Continue reading

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