Edwin Torres’ books of poetry include, Ameriscopia (University of Arizona Press), The PoPedology of an Ambient Language (Atelos Books) and most recently XOETEOX: the infinite word object (Wave Books). Anthologies include: American Poets in the 21st Century Vol. 5: Global Poetics, Who Will Speak For America, and Angels of the Americlypse: New Latino Writing. He is currently editing a collection forthcoming in 2019 entitled, The Body In Language: An Anthology (Counterpath Press).
who knows it all who thinks they assign role-play to convenient origins who is my bargain for poetry things to happen in what mask do I wear for a go at no the reach that grows when you think you know what you want — is a test the pressure to pull back at the slightest drop — is a dare — blood moon leveled against aspiration — solved moon the embedded chromosome the thing I skip to hold what I need today who keeps order by probing what was left — now dare what you want back to come back where no way invades yes way