Phil Hall | An Egregore

ISBN 978-1-926889-27-6

8.5×11, 15pp, /80, $10.00

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Phil Hall’s An Egregore, written at Sage Hill in May 2016 during a retreat called “Kroetsching: The Long-Poem Sequence,” is a poem about Robert Kroetsch, about place, and about process. It is a long-poem about long-poems, as Hall has written before in works like The Bad Sequence, a part of his ongoing exploration of that form and of form and influence more broadly. As Hall writes, “The moment / / continues disunity.”

Poetry (April 2017)

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