Arthur Sze

Arthur Sze has published ten books of poetry, including, most recently, Sight Lines (Copper Canyon, 2019). His other books include Compass Rose, The Ginkgo Light, Quipu, and The Redshifting Web. He is a professor emeritus at the Institute of American Indian Arts and lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.


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October Dusk

This piece appears in the Los Angeles Review of Books Quarterly Journal: Imitation, No. 23 To receive the Quarterly ...

October Dusk
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