“I sense that I am not complete. Something is missing in me. The rebel angels want the missing part of me.”
Psyche and Specter is a collection of over four dozen of Chris Moran’s best poems, examining the nature of human consciousness, reality, and more. With calculated, cutting language, Moran takes the reader into a journey into the realm of the soul, carving a twisting path through space and time to lay bare the nature of “the ghost that thinks.”
“Chris Moran’s Psyche and Specter is a work that eats its own afterbirth and spits the rind right back on mom.” — Sean Kilpatrick, co-author of Anatomy Courses
“When Chris Moran tore through the ExPat features rotation, I was approached by several editors desperate to solicit him. Terror House gets the immortal privilege of placing his work in print, and it’s a gift to poetry like no other. This is shrapnel, blunt and traumatic, and Moran explodes abstractions with boundless abandon. One of two or three truly essential contemporary poetry books around.” — Manuel Marrero, author of Thousands of Lies and Not Yet
“Psyche and Specter is one of those works of art that reveals its cosmic secrets as much as it begs and hides them through elemental spells, Pleiadian techfeeds, and poetic nebulae.” — Durban Moffer
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