Is it possible that anything you can conceive, with any combination of words, can, in the fullness of time, manifest itself materially? Some such thought will be prompted by the reading of any of the 100 liquid landscapes in my surreal collection, A Box of Crazy Toys. Here is some information about my previous work:
Italian-American Peter Dellolio is a poet, essayist and screenplay writer. He has been a contributing editor for NY Arts Magazine, writing art and film reviews. He authored monographs on several new artists as well. He was co-publisher and editor-in-chief of Artscape2000, an award-winning art review e-zine. He has taught poetry and art for the LeAP expanded arts program in New York City. His paintings and 3D works are represented online. He lives in Brooklyn.
Sam Eisenstein, author of Aliens, Gods and Artists, gave my new poetry the following review:
“A tiger with red clarinet legs requires that you handle him with kid gloves. Where do you find them? Frantic, you turn to this sparkling book, which is a compendium of keys to very serious issues. Everything in it is in disguise, but eager to have you find the key, which is shining, under something, waiting for you. Just for you.”
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