Poetry. Kaia Sand teaches at Saint Mary's College of Maryland and co-curates the In Your Ear poetry series at the District of Columbia Arts Center. "So shaken to alertness you will be by this collected splendor you will tread more mindfully across `the florid calm' and `themepark america' and learn to heed the wages of inertia. You will lose sleep, for everything full of love makes attentiveness all the more dear. Read this book for its evocation of the sublime in the face of the populace's raw complacency telescoped and interpreted, and do follow the ample instructions: `holler away our do-not-disturb quietude'"--Heather Fuller.
Kaia Sand is the author of A TALE OF MAGICIANS WHO PUFFED UP MONEY THAT LOST ITS PUFF (Tinfish Press, 2016), REMEMBER TO WAVE (Tinfish Press, 2010) and INTERVAL (Edge Books, 2004), and co-author with Jules Boykoff of LANDSCAPES OF DISSENT: GUERRILLA POETRY AND PUBLIC SPACE (Palm Press, 2008), and she has created several chapbooks through the Dusie Kollektive. Author City: KANEOHE, HI USA