Poetry. In Julie Doxsee's WHAT REPLACES US WHEN WE GO, the urban poet invites transformation into a seaside forest home. Meanwhile, city grit continues to haunt her as cows and dogs roam the coast. Later, the poems travel through deserts as the speaker inhabits animal bodies, alternating between freezing and burning while moving through mechanical and serpentine landscapes in a perpetual state of wish.
Julie Doxsee is the author of several poetry collections, including UNDERSLEEP (Octopus Books, 2008), OBJECTS FOR A FOG DEATH (Black Ocean, 2010), and THE NEXT MONSTERS (Black Ocean, 2013). Her latest book is WHAT REPLACES US WHEN WE GO (Black Ocean, 2018). She lives in Pennsylvania with her sons.Author City: Istanbul TUR