From the Contemporary Poetry Series #1
Two Markets, Once Again mingles Ryoko Sekiguchi’s amblings in two oriental markets with forays into their languages, stumbling on consonants and vowels while avoiding dead-end alleys. Their unpredictable geometry is a match only to her diagonal writing; we follow her, guessing and expecting, only to get to an end as enigmatic as the beginning.
Praise for Two Markets, Once Again
Deceptively small, this little book packs a wallop. Sekiguchi is a master of the experimental prose poetry sequence… The more one reads the text, and the more languages you know or are willing to google, the more numerous and intricately interwoven become the meanings and allusions. This is most certainly a book that can bear many readings. Despite the fairly small number of pages in this little book, it is a gigantic work and has a far reach beyond all the assumed cultural and linguistic boundaries.
— Eric Selland, Jacket