On Sarah Arvio: Three Sentences

A Sarah Arvio reading represents an opportunity for strangers to gather into an audience for the purpose of being disregarded together.

Sarah Arvio’s poems reveal a mind as dull as Emily Dickinson’s Outlook calendar.

Sarah Arvio’s poems illustrate one possible result of a combination of privilege, ignorance and preening self-regard.  Such concatenations are as common in America as folding chairs, fatness and discomfort.

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