Poetry. Hannah Larrabee's WONDER TISSUE immerses us in intricacy and intimacy, from a frozen mummy to the jostling at the junction of rail car bones. In a notable range of poems we are bidden to Hieronymus Bosch haunting the eco-migrations of trees. To imaginary conceits of the poet's car when she's not there. To consider Peter, a frail Apostle led down a corridor to acknowledge the White Nose Syndrome currently killing bats. Deft poems survey the vast and minute, by story and analysis, unifying right hemisphere, left hemisphere, giving notice to a reader perhaps drawn too inward by the pixels of a surrogate cosmos that a Braille of history waits just outside the open window.