Poetry. CARRINGTON is a collection of poems and and around the Bloomsbury artist Dora Carrington. "The lines are fragmented into angles, indented into asides, and buzz with their sense of collage. The language is aged and sharp. Through Carrington's biography and her artwork, Robinson explores the process of art-making as much as the fluidity of identity and ownership"—Jen Tynes.
Author City: Boulder, CO USA
Elizabeth Robinson is the author of several books of poetry, including ON GHOSTS (Solid Objects, 2013), COUNTERPART (Ahsahta Press, 2012), THREE NOVELS (Omnidawn, 2011), ALSO KNOW AS (Apogee Press, 2009), THE ORPHAN & ITS RELATIONS (Fence Books, 2008), INAUDIBLE TRUMPETERS (Harbor Mountain Press, 2008), UNDER THAT SILKY ROOF (Burning Deck Press, 2006), and APPREHEND, the 2003 winner of the Fence Modern Poets Prize. She has also received grants from the Fund for Poetry, the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, and the Boomerang Foundation. Educated at Bard College, Brown University, and the Pacific School of Religion, Robinson has most recently served as the Hugo Fellow at the University of Montana.