The Sense Record breaks every rule. Rather than being spare and fragmentary, Moxley's work is lush with modifiers, full sentences, and subordinate clauses. Rather than shun the first person singular as an unstable construct, she features it in almost every poem. And rather than problematize meaning, Moxley has things to say and actually says them.
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