Poetry. Kris Bigalk's second full-length collection, ENOUGH, traces the interplay between the experience of codependency and the myths of Echo and Narcissus. Lyrical, raw, and honest, these poems invite us to consider what it means to be satisfied, how to make peace with each other and ourselves, and how to know when enough is enough.
Kris Bigalk has authored two poetry collections published by NYQ Books: REPEAT THE FLESH IN NUMBERS (2012) and ENOUGH (2019). Her poetry has appeared in many anthologies, including Under Purple Skies: The Minneapolis Anthology and The Night's Magician: Poems About the Moon, and she has won two Minnesota State Arts Board Individual Artist Grants in Poetry. Her creative nonfiction has appeared in The Rumpus and The Minneapolis Star- Tribune. She founded and now directs the creative writing program at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, Minnesota, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs.Author City: MINNETONKA, MN USA