Poetry. The poems in Lily Brown's RUST OR GO MISSING exist in the liminal space between the literal and the imagined, the rational and the irrational, the abstract and the representational. They think themselves into being, and in so doing, become not just reflections on lived and imagined experience, but experiences in themselves.
"Leaf at the End" @ Poetry DailyLaura Carter @ pinkaholicWeston Cutter @ The RumpusRebecca Hazelton @ Barn Owl ReviewA. E. Watkins @ Sycamore Reviewinterview by H. L. Hix @ In QuireCraig Blais @ The Southeast Review
Lily Brown was born and raised in Massachusetts. She holds degrees from Harvard University and Saint Mary's College of California. She has published poems in such journals as American Letters and Commentary, Colorado Review, DENVER QUARTERLY, FENCE, and Pleiades. Her chapbooks include The Renaissance Sheet (Octopus Books), Old with You (Kitchen Press), and Museum Armor (Doublecross Press). She lives in Athens, where she is a PhD student at the University of Georgia.Author City: ATHENS, GA USA