Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets, 2011


`The writing in At Lake Scugog is dense and complex, but the journey is well worth taking. Philosophical questions come alive, and the poems demonstrate the great irony that the mental space so many people inhabit is often a self-imposed prison.` -- Elizabeth Lund, The Washington Post


`His enthusiastically anticipated second book does not disappoint . . . a trove of new work whose ingenious play with form and notions of selfhood is not to be missed.` -- Jennifer Sperry Steinorth, Foreword


`A poet of ludic complication.` -- Stephen Burt


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