“By examining the nature of the exiled, Myhr attempts a difficult task, but the vanishings is successful in achieving a voice that speaks to a new generation of poets. Despite the shaky, shifting grounds it often describes, the voice is one of confidence and strength. In fact, some of Myhr’s best moments arrive when the narrator accepts this state of liminality and allows the poems to twist and tumble. Through feelings of isolation, of being lost or being locked out, there emerges a new hope, a new understanding, a new appreciation for being in the moment….”
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