Anna Synenko's haunting chapbook, Architectural Secrets, travels to the far corners of the Earth and then beyond. With a stay in Mexico, she recalls the memory of one she would rather forget in "Bahia Kino: tiburon." Through Arizona, she strops and visits the Mediterranean's Crete.
Each city, each village, each hamlet holds its own guidance for building and creating. Not simply lines of skyscrapers or the threaded hairs of a noose, but the winding architecture of a great river and the path it hollows out.
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