Bernini's Apollo and Daphne From Behind, and: Thornton Dial's Blood and Meat: Survival for the World, and: The Art of William Christenberry, and: Robert Motherwell's Lyric Suite

@article{Welborn2005BerninisAA,
  title={Bernini's Apollo and Daphne From Behind, and: Thornton Dial's Blood and Meat: Survival for the World, and: The Art of William Christenberry, and: Robert Motherwell's Lyric Suite},
  author={Braden Welborn},
  journal={Prairie Schooner},
  year={2005},
  volume={79},
  pages={58 - 62}
}
Later he would think of it in his cubicle. Would recall, twisting from his whiny-wheeled chair to reach the phone’s dead insistences, Apollo catching up to her: right hand flung aside for balance, left hand wrapped around the bark firming her belly. Bits of paper would flag and flutter slightly against their sagging forest, edges curling toward fluorescence, sash flying liquid behind him as her skin scaled, hands sprouted, locks went leafy. The phone’s snarled cord rooted, fibers webbing from…