If you are a fan of Kay Ryan's epigrammatic style, you will adore Joseph Dorazio's poetry. A self-styled miniaturist, he can take a word or a phrase and turn it on its head, using internal rhyme to bolster his serio-comic intent. Of "Slack" he profers: Often/ you are asked to/ take it up, seldom/ are you told/ to put it back." This is clever stuff -and lots of fun!
-Linda M. Fischer, poet, author of "Raccoon Aft ernoons"
Remains to be Seen had much to admire in its economy and wit.
-Chapbook contest judges, Toad Hall Press