Poetry. Fueled by questions of faith and desire, and steeped in the Southern Gothic, Meg Wade's SLICK LIKE DARK is a haunting examination of the Southern body and one woman's survival in it. These poems take us to the dark corners of honky-tonks and spin us wide around the room. With a menacing wink, they trace a hard line through trauma's wreckage and demand to know where God belongs in all of this.
Meg Wade has been a National Poetry Series finalist and a Poetry Fellow at the University of Wisconsin's Creative Writing Institute. She received her MFA from the University of Arizona and has been the recipient of an Academy of American Poets Prize and a full residency from the New York Summer Writer's Institute. Her poems have been widely published and anthologized. She lives and writes in Nashville, Tennessee.
Author City: NASHVILLE, TN USA