By Marianne Boruch
Honored via Library Journal as an "Amazing Poetry Title"
Extraordinary how in one poem from 2013 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award winner Boruch slides 1800s London barber-surgeons and the dissection of murderers purely (condemned to hell besides) to the remark, Future or earlier, it’s all we ever imagine about.’ the 1st a part of this sharp, magnificent ebook captures our inescapable yet slippery physicality on the planet, the second one the breakdown of the cadaver of a 99-year-old womantold from her viewpoint, quite jauntily.”Library Journal
Boruch screens a quietly gymnastic mind within the examinations of artwork, the physique, and the human condition."American Poets
"Marianne Boruch's paintings has the glorious, commanding strength of real cognizance: she sees and considers with intensity."The Washington Post
"Some books start as a dare to the self," notes poet Marianne Boruch. encouraged by way of life-study drawing sessions and direct paintings in a cadaver lab, Boruch's most recent ebook seems to be at what the physique holds, and examines residing via our bodies deceased.
Marianne Boruch is the writer of 7 collections of poetry together with The booklet of Hours (Copper Canyon Press), volumes of essays, and a memoir. In 2013 she received the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award. She lives in West Lafayette, Indiana.
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