Poetry. Women's Studies. Film Studies. Via two alternating voices—interior (observed) and narrative (observer)—that speak to one another, the striking, image–rich poems in SCORE AND BONE's two sections delve into the subjects of film and perception, body and memory, and lead the reader through a visceral cinematic landscape.
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Maw Shein Win is a Burmese American poet, editor, and educator who lives and works in the Bay Area. Her writing has appeared in many print and online journals and most recently in the anthology CROSS STROKES: POETRY BETWEEN LOS ANGELES AND SAN FRANCISCO (Otis Books/Seismicity Editions). Ruins of a glittering palace, her collaborative chapbook, with paintings by Mark Dutcher, was published by SPA/Commonwealth Projects. She is a poetry editor for Rivet: The Journal of Writing that Risks and was selected as the first poet laureate of El Cerrito, California.Author City: OAKLAND, CA USA