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Author: Gigi Marks

Gigi Marks' poetry has focused on developing an ethics of scale that supports attention and care, informed by moving through the dense layers of place and relationship. This ethics of scale has unfolded from a practice within the sustained relationship with family in and around the countryside of New York state and across four books of poetry, including CLOSE BY and TERRITORY from Silverfish Review Press. Her poetry has appeared in many publications, including American Poets Against the War, Best American Poetry, Lilith, Northwest Review, Poetry, Poetry Daily, Prairie Schooner, and others. She lives with her four children and partner on a small farm in the Finger Lakes, in Gayogoho:no—the lands of the Cayuga people.

Close By
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14 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $16.00 5/10/2012

Close By

Silverfish Review Press

Poetry. "Gigi Marks's poems are intimate, in fact they explore intimacy as their primary concern, probing our desire to find ourselves reflected in an other, to sometimes give ourselves over to that other. In this sense, they are reminiscent of Dick...

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Territory
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Territory

Silverfish Review Press

Poetry. "If you focus on [Marks'] poems line by line and phrase by phrase, very often they turn out to be anything but calm. They turn out to be quite brilliant and quite insightful and sometimes quite reassuring but sometimes quite disturbing. I am...

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