Poetry. Aby Kaupang's LITTLE "G" GOD GROWS TIRED OF ME explores grief, cruelty, corporeality, pregnancy and containment in a boundary filled world constructed by myth, politics, masculine text, faith, and faithlessness. In LITTLE "G", Kaupang questions loving and the traditional forms of love while simultaneously indulging in them.
Aby Kaupang is the author of LITTLE "G" GOD GROWS TIRED OF ME (SpringGun Press, 2013), ABSENCE IS SUCH A TRANSPARENT HOUSE (Tebot Bach, 2011) and Scenic Fences | Houses Innumerable (Scantily Clad Press, 2008). Her work has appeared in FENCE, La Petite Zine, Dusie, Verse, DENVER QUARTERLY, The Laurel Review, Parthenon West, [PANK], AUFGABE, FOURTEEN HILLS, Interim, Caketrain, and elsewhere. Aby holds both an MFA in Creative writing as well as a Master's of Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University. She lives in Fort Collins with her husband, Matthew Cooperman, and their two children.
Author City: FORT COLLINS, CO USA