In the spring of 2016, Ted Greenwald and Kyle Schlesinger began a poetic postcard collaboration comprised of three lines per card. The goal was not to produce a direct call and response, but rather to let the chips fall where they may and arrange the poem chronologically. None of Us is not only an exploration of chance and synchronicity, but an experience in free-association and imagined dialogues.
Available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble, or request through your local bookstore. 104 pages with 21 full-color illustrations. ISBN 978-0998929330 ~ $18.95 USD
Ted Greenwald (1942–2016) published over thirty collections of his poetry spanning more than fifty years, including The Age of Reasons: Uncollected Poems, 1969–1982, and a new edition of his early selected poems, Common Sense, both published by Wesleyan University Press.
Kyle Schlesinger is a poet, printer, and professor. Recent books include A New Kind of Country (Chax Press, 2020), Color & Light (Dusie, 2020), and A Poetics of the Press (Ugly Duckling, 2020). He resides in Austin, where he serves as the proprietor of Cuneiform Press.