Dennis Casling is an interesting and entertaining poet. He is also blind. As a poet, he describes what he sees, working from visual memory, the imagination, and often from dreams or dreamlike states.
He says: “The act of seeing is informed by the imagination. I am not distracted by the visual. I spend my time looking at the invisible.
Endorphin Angels was a winner in the 2000 Book & Pamphlet Competition, and named a PBS Recommendation.
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