Poetry. Weaving together the half-lives of familial, personal, cultural and ecological histories, SEDIMENT & VEIL investigates landscape, memory and inheritance to trouble the power structures and violences that both mediate these relationships and inscribe themselves into our DNA in the process. SEDIMENT & VEIL is an incantation that moves through the debris of these institutions in order to be located by the generative reshuffling and reassembling of their narrative pieces.
Kirsten Jorgenson is from Salt Lake City, Utah, via Chicago, Illinois. She is the author of SEDIMENT & VEIL (Horse Less Press, 2014). She is also the author of two chapbooks, Deseret (Horse Less Press, 2011) and Accidents of Distance (Dancing Girl Press, 2012), and coauthor of the poetics chapbook Country Music (DoubleCross Press, 2013). She lives in Western North Carolina with her son, dog, and partner, Nathan Hauke, with whom she coedits Ark Press and cocurates the Ark Press Summer Reading Series.
Author City: BLOWING ROCK, NC USA