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Author: Susan Tichy

Susan Tichy is the author of four titles from Ahsahta Press: THE AVALANCHE PATH IN SUMMER (2019), TRAFFICKE (2015), GALLOWGLASS (2010), and BONE PAGODA (2007). She is also the author of A Smell of Burning Starts the Day, and The Hands in Exile, a National Poetry Series title. Her poems, collaborations, and mixed- genre works have been widely published in the US and Britain, and have been recognized by numerous awards. She teaches in the MFA and BFA programs at George Mason University.

The Avalanche Path in Summer
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The Avalanche Path in Summer

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Poetry. Like the contradictory forces convened in its title, THE AVALANCHE PATH IN SUMMER evokes both place and time, a history and the rupture of history, in a landscape structured by word and rock, torn by drought and fire and a body's failings, w...

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Bone Pagoda
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Bone Pagoda

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Poetry. "In these incisive poems, Susan Tichy explores Vietnam—the war and the country. She has a keen eye, and her perceptual clusters are widened and deepened by sharp moments of recognition. 'Someone had drawn red circles / where his eyes would b...

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Gallowglass
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Gallowglass

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Poetry. Susan Tichy is a poet embedded: with U.S. troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam, twined together through history; in the landscape disrupted by war, perseverating on a deer killed by a mountain lion, or hearing direction in birdsong; and in t...

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Trafficke
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Trafficke

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Poetry. Rigorously interrogating three hundred years of family history in Scotland and Maryland, TRAFFICKE tracks and remixes questions of race and identity, fact and legend into a mosaic of verse, lyric prose, historical narrative, and quotation. A...

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