Chapbooks

Aileen Cassinetto’s “Tweet,” which is as playful and wry in tone as we wish Twitter still was (this tone is echoed by the book’s childlike, almost Comic Sans typeface), explores quite seriously the fact and history of diplomatic speech as (a kind of) poetry. Chad Felix (Melville House, July 2017)

This is a topical collection for dispiriting times… By taking the conceptual angle with this chapbook, Cassinetto has succeeded in expanding poetry’s remit in both form and content. An exhilarating encounter.
Andrew Taylor (Ofi Press Issue 54, July 2017)


TWEET (Moria Books/Locofo Chaps, 2017)


This directional chaos is poetics in itself, and the poet does a brilliant job in capturing the zeitgeist of the turn of the century. M. Earl Smith (Galatea Resurrects, May 2017)


B & O BLUES (Moria Books/Locofo Chaps, 2017)



THE ART OF SALAMAT
(Moria Books/Locofo Chaps, 2017)