Poetry. 35 years worth of poems by Susie Timmons, long heralded by her peers in New York such as Ted Berrigan, Alice Notley, and Eileen Myles, previously only available in small-run editions. Her poems are witty, smart, and quick, with a pleasantly surprising clarity and freshness.
Annelyse Gelman @ Nomadic Press Reviews
Susie Timmons was born in Chicago and has lived in New York most of her life. Timmons' first book of poetry, Locked from the Outside, was the inaugural winner of the Ted Berrigan Award, judged by Alice Notley, Robert Creeley, Anselm Hollo, and Ron Padgett. She is the author of THE NEW OLD PAINT (Faux Press & Other Publications, 2010) and SUPERIOR PACKETS (Wave Books, 2015).Author City: BROOKLYN, NY USA