The Pen that Circumscribes a Being. A Portrait of Erik Spinoy (with four poems by Erik Spinoy)
(Anneleen Decoux) The Low Countries - 2009, № 17, pp. 255-262
Erik Spinoy, who nowadays finds it extremely irritating to be tarred with the postmodernist brush and who regards himself as an einzelgänger, an individualist, in the tradition of the Flemish modernists Paul Van Ostaijen and Hugo Claus, regularly re-invents himself. It is, however, possible to point to many constant features in his poetry, the principal one being its high quality. The oeuvre of Erik Spinoy is a feast.
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