Poetry. Deeply invested in landscape, this book operates where landscape and language converge. It opens the page into a compositional field in which words appear as constellations to create multiple, interwoven meanings as they interact with each other and with the reader who moves freely among them, fully participating in the making of poems that are spatial, non-linear, and different every time.
Jody Gladding is a poet and translator with three previous collections of poetry and thirty translations from French. Her awards include MacDowell and Stegner Fellowships, French-American Foundation Translation Prize, Whiting Writers' Award, and Yale Younger Poets Prize. She makes her home in Vermont where her work explores the places that language and landscape converge. Author City: EAST CALAIS, VT USA