Events Film Cannot Withstand

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Events Film Cannot Withstand

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“I want to write you a beautiful book of prose, against not least the before-too-long loss of tongue and sense and all sun-defiant hues on the river bend, and none of us able to say or touch or see, soon enough, soon enough, aground, to give you this my voice today nevertheless, withstanding, nevertheless, given everything, for you, a clear note from a complicated bell,” begins Zach Savich in his first book of prose. He goes on to compose a powerful, precise, and playfully chaotic book-length lyric memoir on art, process, friendship, place, and imagination. 

Zach Savich is the author of the poetry collections Full Catastrophe Living (2009), Annulments (2010), The Firestorm (Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 2011), The Man Who Lost His Head (Omnidawn Publishing, 2011), and Century Swept Brutal (Black Ocean, 2014), as well as a book of prose, Events Film Cannot Withstand (Rescue Press, 2011). His work has received the Iowa Poetry Prize, the Colorado Prize for Poetry, and the Cleveland State University Poetry Center's Open Competition, among other honors. He teaches at the University of Arts, in Philadelphia, and co-edits Rescue Press's Open Prose Series. 

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