Poetry. In BURIED CHOIRS, Katharine Rauk invites us into a landscape of sea glass, licorice wheels, and coins kept beneath the tongue. Her lines turn and break in surprising ways, sometimes unsettlingly so; these poems might be absolutely true at the same time they are delectable lies. Nevertheless, this collection is driven by a restless hunger to connect—with the dead, an imaginary friend, a lover—whoever or whatever might be just beyond reach.
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About the Author
Katharine Rauk is the author of BURIED CHOIRS (Tinderbox Editions, 2016), the chapbook BASIL (Black Lawrence Press, 2011) and has poems published in Pleiades, Harvard Review, Hobart, Best of the Net 2012, DIAGRAM, and elsewhere. Her poems have been choreographed by dancers as well as performed by musicians. She reviews books for Scout and teaches at North Hennepin Community College and The Loft Literary Center.