Michael Nardone is a writer and editor based in Montreal. He is the author of the chapbooks Airport Novel (2015), Transaction Record (2014), O. Cyrus &the Bardo (2012),and Us, People (2011). His poetry has won the Lemon Hound Prose Poem Prize and was a finalist for the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry. His essays, dialogues, and editorial projects have been published widely, and are archived at http://soundobject.net. The Ritualites is his first book.
The Ritualites is a spellbinding collection of North America’s sonic architecture and
Nardone is a poet of its topologies, listening to the air when the body stops. The Ritualites is the jukebox of place; embodied leakages of the night, the shout, the cry and the laughter. A poetics of what language lays bare: little panic breaths, sound permitted in a cell. In The Ritualites, Nardone reminds us that language is wielded and listening is a verb." —Jordan Scott
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