Author: Corrie Williamson

SWEET HUSK, winner of the 2014 Perugia Press Prize and a Finalist for the 2015 Library of Virginia Award for Poetry, is Corrie Williamson's first book. She is also the author of The River Where You Forgot My Name (Crab Orchard Series/Southern Illinois University Press, 2019). Her poems have appeared in The Kenyon Review, The Southern Review, AGNI, Boulevard, West Branch, and elsewhere. She has taught writing at The University of Arkansas, Carroll College, and Helena College, and worked as a naturalist guide in Yellowstone National Park. In 2020, she spent seven months as the fellow at the PEN Northwest/Margery Davis Boyden Wilderness Writing Residency, living and writing in a remote, off-grid cabin in southwestern Oregon.

Sweet Husk
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Sweet Husk

Perugia Press

Concerned with our human place in the narrative of the earth, the poems in Corrie Williamson's debut collection SWEET HUSK use archaeology and anthropology to move between the living and the dead and the past and the present. The poems in SWEET HUS...

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