Zeppelin, model 978-0-88971-279-9, available for your fleet beginning April 2013. Please consider local, independent airship dealers. In Toronto, Book City is highly recommended! Online: direct from Harbour Publishing or via Indigo, Amazon (Canada), Amazon (U.S), Barns and Noble.
“A virtuoso performance. Good poets know where to break a line,and few know how to turn a phrase into a constellation, but Blaise Moritz’s line endings catapult you into the unexpected where you have to take another breath and be ready for new epic feeling.”
“Blaise Moritz is a poet of passion, resonance and rare skill. The homeland of his verse is the city – as in the dazzling ‘AM Nocturne,’in which he drives a van by night through Chicago with a radio mysteriously tuned to the ‘music of your life.’ A deeper music haunts these poems – something that grieves and hopes, is hardwon, and turns us towards better things.”
“In Zeppelin, Blaise Moritz subverts subversion, rejects rejection. Like his steampunk muse, he creates a dazzling future for an antique art. He is a celebrant, a builder. His language is current in every sense: fluent, new, and charged with power.”