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Author: Elizabeth Willis

Elizabeth Willis was born in Bahrain and grew up in the American midwest. She holds a Ph.D. from SUNY Buffalo and teaches at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. She has published two books of poems: The Human Abstract (Penguin, 1995: National Poetry Series winner) and SECOND LAW (Berkeley: Avenue B, 1993). Her poems have appeared in American Poetry Review, AUFGABE, Chicago Review, Conjunctions, The Germ, How2, etc.

THE HUMAN ABSTRACT
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THE HUMAN ABSTRACT

Penguin Books

Second Law
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Second Law

Avenue B

Poetry. "The poems in SECOND LAW are terse, precise, ecstatic and luminous. White letters serve as lures and traces through gaps of ordered scientific discourse the rapture of the poet's will remains captive and rejoicing. In these linked fragmentar...

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Turneresque
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Turneresque

Burning Deck

Poetry. The title plays off the style of J. M. W. Turner's paintings and media mogul Ted Turner's revival of B-cinema as two competing versions of the sublime. Like Turner's painting, the book embraces both figuration and abstraction. It can be read...

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