Poetry. African & African American Studies. Women's Studies. Revised and reissued in 2015, originally published by Belladonna* in 2006. In this book, which begins with a love poem and is encased in sepia images of her blind ancestor, Erica Hunt continues her rigorous and beautiful practice—unflinching, lyrical, politically astute, bodily-located, unpredictable language.
Erica Hunt is a poet, essayist, and author of VERONICA: A SUITE IN X PARTS (selva oscura press, 2019), LETTERS TO THE FUTURE: BLACK WOMEN/RADICAL WRITING (Kore Press, 2018), TIME SLIPS RIGHT BEFORE YOUR EYES (Belladonna*, 2015), LOCAL HISTORY (Roof Books, 1994), Arcade, Piece Logic, and A Day and Its Approximates. Her poems and non-fiction have appeared in Bomb, Boundry 2, The Brooklyn Rail, Conjunctions, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Poetics Journal, Tripwire, FENCE, Hambone, In the American Tree, among other publications.Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA