Praise for "Plenty" "" "Plenty "arises with litany and ire to meet the degradation of the Anthropocene, toxic hand of man everywhere complicit in planetary woes. Lee s epic magnanimously explores the frightening heights and unfathomable depths of crisis through a vibrant, cosmic naming and calling out. This is a compelling, bold, and studious documentary poetics. --Anne Waldman "Stylistically radiant and diverse, " Plenty" is an epic for our time: shattered with horrors and difficult truths, blazing with warnings and, perhaps even redemptively, with the assertion of the capacities of poetry to enlighten and sing."--Dean Young Ourbizarrehistorical moment sprawls here into a Roundup Ready, gun-toting, womb envying, American insistence on song. A wild and fevered epic devoted to saving the plenty of the lyric voice from annihilation. --Alison Hawthorne Deming Here we have (as Whitman did) Emerson s idea of entranced waiting (solitary, grand, secular) but from a place/time/mind so full, so high in flames it seems miraculous that anyone could be so relentlessly awake and singing there (here). . .the volume is high, the tone necessarily and at once keening, meditative, accusing, aroused. --Kathleen Peirce"