WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"In Perfecta, Patty Seyburn continues her one-of-a-kind witchery, casting spells that bind the humorous to the philosophical in ways that look headlong at the living world and make use of every inch of it. From winding, discursive poems that question her own passions to short lyrics that give lovely little eye-rolls to her unrelenting obsessions, Perfecta is at once personal and transcendent, joining the politics of dinner parties and lines from Hass and Biblical allusion and the memory of Detroit. After reading this book, I want to make something."
— JERICHO BROWN