Praise for Thomas Walton
“This is highly original work by an active, restless mind, aware of the pressures of time.”
Charles Holdefer, Dactyl Review
“Walton doesn’t seem afraid to go ‘too far.’”
Eric Vasquez, Rain Taxi
“one of the liveliest reader-writer-thinkers around.”
Rebecca Brown (author of American Romances)
Thomas Walton is the author of three previous books: All the Useless Things Are Mine (Sagging Meniscus, 2020) is a book of 17-word aphorisms and otherisms. The World Is All That Does Befall Us (Ravenna Press, 2019) is a lyric essay written in opposition to the writing of lyric essays. The Last Mosaic (written with Elizabeth Cooperman, published by Sagging Meniscus, 2018) is a poetic travel guide to the city of Rome and its environs. His work has appeared in ZYZZYVA, Delmar, Timberline Review, Rivet, Stringtown Magazine, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Bombay Gin, Pontoon, and other magazines. He lives in Seattle, WA, where he edits PageBoy Magazine.