Touch of the Whip

“Poetry loves prose and makes brilliant babies with paragraphs and sentences. Touch of the Whip is a trans-genre pleasure, infinitely sageand sane. Warsh's narrative always speaks to itself from a lyric threshold. A postmodern Delmore Schwartz—yearning, mordant, suspenseful.”

—Gloria Frym

“Lewis Warsh is at once psychological realist and idealist of love.This is writing from a life in all its mysterious richness.”

—Gary Lenhart

Touch of the Whip

2001, Singing House Press

Paperback 112pp