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Evoking the life of Nic¿ore Ni¿e, one of the pioneers of photography, The Room In Which I Work explores how the invention of the medium was also an invention of language. At once biographical and personal, factual and fictional, Seguin¿s debut collection not only provides a unique look at Ni¿e¿s life, but investigates how photography has provided lasting metaphors for how we think, write, and talk about what we see. Combining original photographs with poems that range through history, chemistry, collage, dialogue, and lyric, The Room In Which I Work is a singular meditation on language and image.…mehr

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Evoking the life of Nic¿ore Ni¿e, one of the pioneers of photography, The Room In Which I Work explores how the invention of the medium was also an invention of language. At once biographical and personal, factual and fictional, Seguin¿s debut collection not only provides a unique look at Ni¿e¿s life, but investigates how photography has provided lasting metaphors for how we think, write, and talk about what we see. Combining original photographs with poems that range through history, chemistry, collage, dialogue, and lyric, The Room In Which I Work is a singular meditation on language and image.
Autorenporträt
ANDREW SEGUIN is a poet and photographer. He is the author of two chapbooks, Black Anecdote and NN, and his poems have appeared widely in literary journals, including A Public Space, Boston Review, Gulf Coast, and Iowa Review. His work has been supported by the Fulbright Program, the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, and Poets House. Andrew lives in New York City.