In a provocative collection of poems, the biblical figure of Mary Magdalene is imagined as a woman who embodies the spiritual and sensual, alive in the modern world where she searches for meaning and yearns for the guidance of her spiritual teacher, a Christ figure, whose death she continues to grieve.
The poems in A Sunday in Purgatory combine memoir, reflections on aging, sexuality, and wrestling with the tension that exists between being part of a famous American family and wanting to be an individual, separate from family history.
A Collection of Twenty-two Chapbooks Whose Order Is Unfixed and Whose Topics Are Various: Reading Can Be Freefall
A collection of twenty-two chapbooks on a variety of topics, that can be read in any order, explores what makes people, memories, and stories.
Solmaz Sharif's debut book of poems examines the ongoing costs of war, lifting sterile words and phrases from the Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms.