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Author: Shelly Taylor

Born in rural southern Georgia, Shelly Taylor is a resident of New Orleans by way of Tucson. She is the author of BLACK-EYED HEIFER (Tarpaulin Sky Press, 2010), LIONS, REMONSTRANCE (Coconut Books, 2014), and three chapbooks: Peaches the yes-girl (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs, 2008), Land Wide to Get a Hold Lost In (Dancing Girl Press, 2009), and Dirt City Lions (Horse Less Press, 2012). Taylor is the editor of, along with poet Abraham Smith, the anthology HICK POETICS (Lost Roads Publishers, 2014).

Black-Eyed Heifer
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Black-Eyed Heifer

Tarpaulin Sky Press

Poetry. "BLACK-EYED HEIFER is a mighty anthem to down home local culture—the deeply rooted—the feisty, sustaining rhythm that saturates the land. These lyrical prose poems sing a 'rampant fire' tune 'to yesterday's hands-up hinterland' and the fact ...

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Lions, Remonstrance
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Lions, Remonstrance

Coconut Books

Poetry. "Shelly Taylor's LIONS, REMONSTRANCE is full of lovely, lilting surprises, tragic transformations, words that explode and strike. There are watercolor mothers, the I as slippage, radical home-makings and unmakings, dizzied memories that tigh...

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