This is a collection of historical poems set at the intersection of personal and collective life, a book in which private grief and public sorrow are different aspects of a single legacy.
Michelle Boisseau is professor of English at the University of Missouri-Kansas City where she also serves as associate editor of BkMk Press. She is the author of three books of poetry, No Private Life; Understory, winner of the Samuel French Morse Prize; and Trembling Air (University of Arkansas Press), a PEN USA finalist. She is coauthor of the popular book Writing Poems, now in its seventh edition.
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