"This twentieth winner of the Walt McDonald First-Book Prize in Poetry searches for language and meaning after unspeakable loss. Through memories, myths, and interior worlds, the author creates her own vanitas: a still-life painting symbolic of mortality and mutability"--Provided by publisher.
Jane McKinley is a professional oboist and artistic director of the Dryden Ensemble, a Baroque chamber music group based in Princeton, New Jersey. Her poems have appeared in the Georgia Review, the Southern Poetry Review, and on Poetry Daily. Her sonnet Mud Season won the 2008 Patricia Dobler Award from Carlow University. She lives in Hopewell, New Jersey."
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