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Author: Jan Bottiglieri

Jan Bottiglieri lives and writes in suburban Chicago. Her most recent books of poetry include EVERYTHING SEEMS SIGNIFICANT (BlazeVOX [books], 2019) and ALLOY (Mayapple Press, 2015). She is a professional editor, as well as managing editor for the poetry annual RHINO, and holds an MFA in Poetry from Pacific University. Jan's work has appeared or is forthcoming in more than 40 journals and anthologies, including december, Rattle, DIAGRAM, Willow Springs and New Poetry from the Midwest. Jan is the author of two chapbooks, A Place Beyond Luck and Where Gravity Pools the Sugar.

Alloy
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Alloy

Mayapple Press

Poetry. A butterfly casts the shadow of a man; a homesick mermaid cleans teeth; a young girl pushes a heavy iron, singing. In ALLOY, these and others (daughter, mother, astronaut; an occasional zombie or alien) find voice through poems exploring mem...

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Everything Seems Significant
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Everything Seems Significant

BlazeVOX books

Poetry. Drama. California Interest. Film. "EVERYTHING SEEMS SIGNIFICANT sails and embraces... such a deep, kaleidoscopic dive it takes. This is brilliant, inspired work. So much has been written about Blade Runner, but none of it penetrates like thi...

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