Death of An Image
The 3rd collection of experimental poetry from native Texan, Travis Catsull. Poems written in various countries between 2001 – 2005. Topics include women, drinking, being in jail and traveling all told in a surreal and imaginative manner.
"The poems are cutting, stark, and ghostly. Each one I read jabbed me like a knife. I had to put the book down in between poems just to recover from the sense of emotional violence. But words that can do this to a person should be shut up in a book for their own safety. Now I read them over again when I feel the urge to watch tv. There are no commercials in Death of an Image." -Amy Harper