THE GHOST IN US WAS MULTIPLYING by Brent Armendinger reviewed by Johnny Payne • Cleaver Magazine
Into this deregulated field comes Brent Armendinger’s the ghost in us was multiplying, announcing its large aims with lower-case modesty. I couldn’t help think of Fanny Howe—not that Armendinger is derivative, or even samples her—but the penchant for deep aphorism, like hers, makes for a memorable, logical, even quotable, quality to poems that