If you haven't heard the name Arianne Zwartjes spoken in poetry circles yet, you will. Add to your allknowingness by picking up a copy of her first chapbook, Stitched (A Surface Opens), now available over at the New Michigan Press website.
"These intricate essays use mathematics and poetry, the intersection of language and thought, to interrogate and describe the world. The cast list includes Gauss, Euclid, Weil, Rumi, Heidegger, Eliot, Carson, and Calvino. Thinky and beautiful, Zwartjes's essays are open, electrical explorations in space."