Vinnie Sarrocco


Seattle-based poet | Freelance writer 

"In The Moon as Understood by Skyscrapers, a keen eye is at work.  Sarrocco offers poems thatthough composed from the epicenter of American culturespeak with the perspicuity of outside perspective.  His lines shine light on contemporary hypocrisy and absurdity, all the while dazzling readers with the beauty of the everyday, “the burnt / edges of things.”  Heartrending—often hilariousthese pages reveal a scar on a forearm as art, a man blaring Lee Moses in a public bathroom as prophet.  This is a timely collection from an important new voice in poetry."  - Erika Brumett, author of Bonehouse & Scrap Metal Sky

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