Karen Weiser writes of the chapbook: "Lisa Rogal’s Feed Me Weird Things is a pleasurable existential crisis. I mean, she asks what is the place of pleasure in the cultural mess we are in, which robs us of (almost) every last bit of possible gratification, or makes pleasure an ominous, dumb thing."
New chapbook from Lisa Rogal + NYC Reading
Lisa Rogal (MFA 2013) has a new chapbook out by Ugly Duckling Presse (where MFA 2014 graduate, Daniel Owen currently works as editor and publicity director) this month! Feed Me Weird Things is described as being "about the importance of the unimportant: the quotidian, the overlooked, the natural world, the pain or beauty of longing, the persistence of uncertainty. With a voice at once irreverent and sincere, the poems enact meaning through attentiveness, ambiguity, and humor."