just been published by Miami-based Jai-Alai Books. The book was designed in a bilingual format, also containing Suicido por Jaguar, a Spanish language version of the poems, translated by J.V. Portela. Landsberger's poems have been described as having the themes of "death, tacos, Egyptian mythology, basketball, motherhood, and beauty.
The collection was launched during Miami Book Fair International, with a Jai-Alai press party at Ball & Chain in Little Havana, and Landsberger, who lives in Chicago, read on Sunday, Nov. 23rd at the Fair. Landsberger's poetry has been
profiled in The New Yorker and The Chicago Tribune, and his comic
"Beef Jams" is currently being published in serial form by Image
Comics. He is a founding member, along with Kathleen Rooney, of Poems While You
Wait, a group of public performance typewriter poets. His chapbook, Whoa, Yeah, Baby, is available for free
at Floating Wolf Quarterly. (Dave Landsberger photo, credit Gesi Schilling Photography.)