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Author: Joanna Penn Cooper

Joanna Penn Cooper is the author of WHAT IS A DOMICILE (Noctuary Press, 2014), THE ITINERANT GIRL'S GUIDE TO SELF-HYPNOSIS (Brooklyn Arts Press, 2014), as well as the chapbooks Mesmer (dancing girl press) and Crown (Ravenna Press). Her creative work has appeared in a number of journals, including South Dakota Review, Poetry International, Supermachine, and Boog City. Joanna holds a Ph.D. in American literature from Temple University, and she has held full-time visiting positions at Marquette University and Fordham University. She lives in Brooklyn.

The Itinerant Girl's Guide to Self-Hypnosis
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The Itinerant Girl's Guide to Self-Hypnosis

Brooklyn Arts Press

Poetry. Fiction. "Everything in these gathered pieces—vatic as poetry, confidential as prose—is a music broadcast from the imminent future, say, five minutes from now. Here, even memory has been subtly, irreversibly changed by events just now underw...

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What Is a Domicile
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What Is a Domicile

Noctuary Press

Poetry. Women's Studies. "Joanna Penn Cooper's debut collection, WHAT IS A DOMICILE, interrogates the philosophical geographies of female/human embodiment. With the hypnotic languor of time-lapse photography, these dreamy poems, 'lived by the moveme...

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