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Poetry. "The electricity here has such an incandescence, it could be resurgent voltage from Emily Dickinson in distress. What haunts the whole book, in the surge and aftermath of eros, in the empathy for family and for strangers, and in jolts of recognition, and of being recognized, is an imagination deeply and disturbingly alive, and tender to the touch"—Brooks Haxton.Author City: SYRACUSE, NY USA
Elizabeth Twiddy won the Joyce Carol Oates Award for poetry from Syracuse University and has been nominated three times for the Pushcart Prize. She teaches poetry at at the YMCA Downtown Writer's Center in Syracuse and serves as an editor for Comstock Review.
Reviews and Other Linksauthor site"The End of Sleep" [text + audio] @ The Writer'sAlmanac with Garrison Keillor"On a Cold Day in Late March, Near Easter"[text + audio] @ The Writer'sAlmanac with Garrison Keillor
The Undiscovered Room
Calazaza's Delicious Dereliction
Georgianna Smith and Louise Garbs