Born of a connection to Theodor Schwenk’s 1965 text Sensitive Chaos: The Creation of Flowing Forms in Water and Air, this collection seeks to inhabit that infinitesimal space left between water and that which holds it. Not everything that conforms to its container is formless— sometimes, like Moritz’s verse, a liquid will become a gas and a gas will become all things, inhabit every scant surface of the earth we’ve been given. Moritz can make words pour, flow, and puddle.