Poetry. "In scores of vignettes, Jennifer Wolfe eviscerates the twisted path taken by today's conservatives. Her scalpel leaves the 'elephant' crippled and drowning in a pool of its own speculation, conspiracy theories, and fear mongering. Wolfe synthesizes the vitriol encouraged and nurtured by Fox 'News,' et al., originating with the candidacy of America's first African American president. Each character and incident is exposed, assessed, and stripped bare for the reader. This volume will edify anyone who is not current on the present mournful and despicable state of generic politics in an unapologetic, take-no-prisoners barrage"—Kathleen Bryce Niles.
Jennifer C. Wolfe grew up in Maplewood, Minnesota, and studied fiction writing and poetry at Century College in White Bear Lake. Ms. Wolfe has five previous publishing credentials—a poem "If" included within the Century College (White Bear Lake, MN) Spring 2008 Student Lounge literary magazine—three poetry manuscripts: Kick the Stones: Everyday Hegemony, Empire, and Disillusionment published as an eBook by BlazeVOX [books], New York, October 2008; Yukon Rumination: Great Fun for All in the Land of Sarah Palin's Joe Sixpack Alaska, published as an eBook by BlazeVOX [books], New York, June 2009; and Healing Optimism, and Polarization, published as an eBook by BlazeVOX [books], New York, February 2010—and two poems, "St. Patrick's Day" and "Roller Coaster," published within the online edition of Scrambler Magazine, Issue 39, June 2010. SOMEWHERE OVER THE PACHYDERM RAINBOW is Ms. Wolfe's first print published book.Author City: SAINT PAUL, MN USA