re: f (gesture)

“… Artful and literate, Everett explores the philosophical, the metaphysical, the physical and the psychological boundaries of human life…”—Terry D’Auray

“… Everett achieves a primal sense of dislocation, forcing us to question how we determine the limits of the human…”—Sven Birkets, The New York Times

“… The audacious, uncategorizable Everett. He mixes genre and tone with absolute abandon, never does the same song twice. Brilliant…”— The Boston Globe

“… An author who dances with language as effortlessly as Fred Astaire.”—Daniel Quinn, author of Ishmael

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Percival Everett

Publication Date: December 1, 2005

Genre/Imprint: Poetry, Red Hen Press

$14.95 Tradepaper

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ISBN: 1-59709-057-3

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