Poetry. Women's Studies. LGBT Studies. Apologies. For a new religion? A social-political discourse? A queer's life? All these, in a quasi historical dream-landscape in motion from the 'West' of antiquity toward the 'West' of the U.S. The book is constructed around gaps and fragment to express limitation, isolation... but also the endless possibilites of a "self" in time, in language, in the world.
Kristin P. Bradshaw is a language artist who also works with collage, photography and soundscapes. Her poems have appeared in magazines like the New Orleans Review, New American Poetry, Chase Park, and No: a Journal of the Arts. She holds an MFA from Brown University, an MA in Religion from Yale Divinity School, and now teaches in the Writing Program of Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon.Author City: PORTLAND, OR USA