Poetry. "I fingered the contours of the trunk, pondering the novelty of the spaces formed at the places where the grooves of my skin met the grooves of the bark, from its base to its branches.
branch: a something, another way to explain what happened to us, to him, when he left–growth."—Billie R. Tadros
Billie R. Tadros is a poet-scholar who grew up in New Jersey. She earned her Ph.D. in English from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, her M.F.A. in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College, and B.A. degrees in Creative Writing and in Music from Susquehanna University. She and her wife currently live in Huntsville, Alabama, where she teaches at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. She has written two chapbooks of poems, inter: burial places (Porkbelly Press, 2016) and Containers (Dancing Girl Press, 2014). This is her first book.
Author City: HUNTSVILLE, AL USA