Begging for It
by Alex Dimitrov
Four Way Books, 2013
Paper: 978-1-935536-26-0
Library of Congress Classification PS3604.I4648B44 2013
Dewey Decimal Classification 811.6

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
In his debut collection of poems, Begging for It, Alex Dimitrov leads us through the streets, bridges, and bedrooms of New York City, sometimes as far away as Buenos Aires and Iceland, and as close as our own darkest corners. A Bulgarian immigrant, Dimitrov writes as both observer of and fervent participant in this “American Youth,” as his speakers navigate both the physical and emotional landscapes of desire, intimacy, and longing—whether for a friend, a lover, or a self, “Saint or stranger, I still recklessly seek you.”

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