Sensuous and precise, these poems explore the boundaries and transgressions between parents, children, lovers: the ways we confine one another, the ways we break free.
“This one just has that punch in the stomach, ‘wow, who the f#!% wrote this’ factor going for it. I like how the poems are strong, yet understated, loud and quiet at the same time.”
– Dorianne Laux, The Book of Men (W.W. Norton)
– Marie Howe, The Kingdom of Ordinary Time (W.W. Norton)