Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. "I am a girl, and what does it feel like to be a girl. It feels like a hand over your mouth. A hand over your mouth and on your thighs. Some say it is the sound of a rabbit before it is caught. It is the sound of the sky before it comes crashing down."
Andrea Rexilius is the author of The Way the Language Was (Letter Machine, forthcoming in Spring 2020), SISTER URN (Sidebrow Books, 2019), NEW ORGANISM:ESSAIS (Letter Machine, 2014), HALF OF WHAT THEY CARRIED FLEW AWAY (Letter Machine, 2012), and TO BE HUMAN IS TO BE A CONVERSATION (Rescue Press, 2011). She is Core Faculty in Poetry, and Program Coordinator, for the Mile-High MFA in Creative Writing at Regis University. She also teaches in the Poetry Collective at the Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver, Colorado.
Author City: DENVER, CO USA