Extra smart review of Green-Wood by J. Peter Moore, who was one of my hosts at Duke University when I read there this fall. The review appears in the online journal Offending Adam (theoffendingadam.com), which looks like quite an interesting publication. I’m glad to know about it, and especially “chuffed,” as my friend Sue Landers would say, at being described by Peter as practicing “generic promiscuity.” What more could an oppositional poet ask for? I also am quite pleased that he notes the meaning weight carried by the book’s silences. For me, those white spaces were major compositional elements. Besides that, he taught me a few new things about the book. Thanks, Peter.