Long recognized as a poet of radiant fury, of lament, and of refusal,
Sean Bonney is a modern-day Blake whose poetry reminds us what
matters. Our Death, his latest and long awaited first US
collection, is full of poems of militant despair that refuse any
capitulation to the worldview of the enemy. These poems wander the
hinterlands of our absolutely endangered cities, chart the aftermath
of the collapse of the social movements of the early part of the
decade, and pay homage to the Greek anarchist poet Katerina Gogou.