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Two Poems

Poetry Jeremy Glazier

His brains was exceeding capricious, anxious / corpuscular

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Jeremy Glazier teaches at Ohio Dominican University, and is currently writing an essay about the photographer Robert Metzger—on the relationship between Metzger’s digitally manipulated images of visual feedback and Barthes, McLuhan, and quantum physics. His poems have appeared in Verse and The Paris Review. ​


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