Erik Fuhrer   |  South Bend, IN  |   erikjohnfuhrer@gmail.com

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Featured Book

not human enough for the census

Cover for Fuhrer's apocalyptic ecopoetry collection. Hanging black branches with purple and green brushstrokes.

Book Reviews

Apocalyptic Ecopoetry

not human enough for the census is a full-length collection of apocalyptic ecopoetry. An exercise in experimental form, the book intertwines textual and spatial explorations of environmental exploitation and degradation with a visual narrative of environmental manipulation, erasure, and transformation by Kimberly Androlowicz.

Feature image for Fuhrer's apocalyptic ecopoetry collection. Brown and red undergrowth and yellow sky.
Image from Fuhrer's apocalyptic ecopoetry collection. Brown and red undergrowth against black background.

More books

every time you die

Cover for Fuhrer's collection of experimental forms. Blue and red background with watery effects.

Experimental Forms

every time you die is a full-length exploration of death and loss 
that features poetic erasure as both a theme and concrete practice.

VOS

Cover for Fuhrer's collection of poetic erasures. Red and yellow wedges and red scribbles on a blue background.

Poetic Erasure

VOS is a poetic erasure of Virginia Woolf's A Voyage Out, with accompanying collages by the author.

Featured Poetry

Nominated: Best of the Net, 2019

Featured microfiction

Nominated: Best Microfictions 2018

About

Erik Fuhrer (@Erikfuhrer) is a poet, artist, collaborator, and educator. With his wife, the painter Kimberly Androlowicz, he is co-collaborator of not human enough for the census.

Books

Cover for Fuhrer's apocalyptic ecopoetry collection. Hanging black branches with purple and green brushstrokes.
Cover for Fuhrer's collection of experimental forms. Blue and red background with watery effects.
Cover for Fuhrer's collection of poetic erasures. Red and yellow wedges and red scribbles on a blue background.

Art by

Kimberly Androlowicz

Abstract painting by Kimberly Androlowicz. Scattered colored lines against a multicolored background.