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Author: Catherine Pierce

Catherine Pierce is the author of four books of poems: DANGER DAYS (Saturnalia Books, 2020), THE TORNADO IS THE WORLD (Saturnalia Books, 2016), THE GIRLS OF PECULIAR (Saturnalia Books, 2012), and FAMOUS LAST WORDS (Saturnalia Books, 2008), winner of the Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize. Both THE TORNADO IS THE WORLD and THE GIRLS OF PECULIAR won the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters Poetry Prize. A chapbook, Animals of Habit (Kent State University Press), was published in 2004.

Danger Days
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Danger Days

Saturnalia Books

Poetry. Women's Studies. The poems in Catherine Pierce's new DANGER DAYS celebrate our planet while also bearing witness to its collapse. In poems steeped deep in the 21st century, Pierce weaves superblooms and Legos, gun violence and ghosts, glacie...

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Famous Last Words
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Famous Last Words

Saturnalia Books

Poetry. FAMOUS LAST WORDS, Catherine Pierce's debut book of poetry, is the winner of the 2007 Saturnalia Book Prize selected by John Yau. The book is arranged into three sections, the third of which features poems that are each entitled with the dyi...

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The Girls of Peculiar
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The Girls of Peculiar

Saturnalia Books

Poetry. "Who is this strong, compelling, peculiar voice that we follow so gladly into realms of the unknown? This beautifully constructed book offers all the pleasures of travel, but the places we travel to here are ones only Catherine Pierce could ...

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The Tornado Is the World
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The Tornado Is the World

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Poetry. At the heart of acclaimed poet Catherine Pierce's much-anticipated third book, a powerful tornado churns, spinning out poems of disaster and love, of sirens and wrecked landscapes, of warnings heeded and not. These poems stare down fear from...

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