MENU

Author: Cynthia Arrieu-King

Cynthia Arrieu-King is an assistant professor of creative writing at Stockton College. Her poems and other work will come out this year or will have come out in Boston Review, Witness, Jacket, Harp and Altar, Forklift, Ohio, and with Kristi Maxwell in the new horse less press anthology New Pony. She is the author of MANIFEST (Switchback Books, 2013) and PEOPLE ARE TINY IN PAINTINGS OF CHINA (Octopus Books, 2010).

Manifest
Add to Shopping Cart 9780978617288
39 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $16.00 4/2/2013

Manifest

Switchback Books

Poetry. Winner of the 2011 Gatewood Prize selected by Harryette Mullen. "MANIFEST makes me stop reading and recite poems to whoever is sitting next to me, be it a friend, a stranger, or a tinfoil factory. It's not only the beauty of the images and l...

Learn More...

People Are Tiny in Paintings of China
Add to Shopping Cart 9780980193855
23 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $12.00 12/1/2010

People Are Tiny in Paintings of China

Octopus Books

Poetry. "I can't remember when a book of poems has invited such an attentive reading as Cindy King's marvelous first volume, PEOPLE ARE TINY IN PAINTINGS OF CHINA. Each poem, a descent through shifting strata of syntax and history, requires a sustai...

Learn More...

 
Sign up for SPD e-newsletters