Poetry. Reports deals with the many voices that echo through our lives—the often overwhelming news from the public sphere, the unrelenting voices from the past, "a book of stories / you can't stop reading," and those dreamlike, ambiguous voices that haltingly search for language, to find expression for what can never be fully expressed.
Kathryn Levy is the author of the poetry collection Losing the Moon and The Nutcracker Teacher Resource Guide, a guide to poetry instruction. Her poetry and reviews have appeared in Slate, Cimarron Review, Provincetown Arts, The Seattle Review, and The Southampton Review, among others. She has received numerous writing fellowships, including awards from Yaddo, the Blue Mountain Center, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and others. Levy was founding director of The Poetry Exchange and the New York City Ballet Poetry Project, two poetry-in-the-schools organizations. Author City: SAG HARBOR, NY USA