Poetry. "A house made of doors? A house sewn from pockets? A house constructed out of watches? To read this book is to take a delightful, wildly imaginative tour through a series of improbably desirable homes. I, for one, want to live in CB Follett's house of straw where cows are spoked and nibbling. Or the hedgehog house where I can stick all my notes on the ends of their spines. Or the house of lemons with its 'changing cinema of light.' Or..."—Susan Terris.
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CB Follett is the winner of the 2001 National Poetry Book Award from Salmon Press for her book AT THE TURNING OF THE LIGHT. She has been nominated for numerous Pushcart Prizes, as well as nine times as an individual poet. Her poems have appeared in many magazines and anthologies and she has received many awards and honors both nationally and internationally. She is the recipient of a grant for poetry from the Marin Arts Council. She has ten poetry collections and numerous chapbooks. Along with poet Susan Terris, she was co-editor and publisher of a poetry annual, RUNES, A REVIEW OF POETRY (2001-2008). She is Editor/Publisher of Arctos Press, a publisher of poetry books and anthologies, and she was the Poet Laureate of Marin County 2010-2013. Author City: SAUSALITO, CA USA