Recounting Henri Gaudier-Brzeska's thoughts about making the sculpture of Pound, plus some views from Pound, Wyndham Lewis and Sophie Brzeska (before and after Henri's death). Raw material comes from letters and memoirs. Many of the poems have been previously published (in Mississippi Review, The American Poetry Journal, etc)
I suspect I would have preferred extracts from the source material to these poems (some of which read like found poems anyway). There might be enough material here for a short pamphlet but not a book. I liked "What Ford Maddox Hueffer Hid in the Garden" and a few lines from other poems - e.g.
"I carve out tomorrow's shadows" (p.17). "Sophie loves like she walks in the rain - / she shudders at impending thunder/ and trembles under open umbrellas" (p.27), "they are the brutalities all art must meet/ before becoming human, before Vorticism" (p.56), "you've a fear of death/ and of living./ You must choose" (p.74).