"In this wild, sexy, exuberantly off-the-wall collection, parrots, puppets, and the great Casanova take turns force-feeding Viagra to the stuffy old sonnet. But it's Myrna Stone's Rabelaisian gift for language that really steals the show. My head's still spinning."—George Bilgere
In this book of voices, speakers resurrected from the deeper past and the dead chafe against the circumstances of love, sex, loss, and longing.
Myrna Stone is the author of two poetry books— How Else to Love the World and The Art of Loss —and the recipient of a Vermont Studio Center Fellowship and an Ohio Arts Council Fellowship in Poetry.
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About the Author
Stone is the author of two books of poems, How Else to Love the World and The Art of Loss. Her work has appeared in such journals as Poetry, Ploughshares, TriQuarterly, Boston Review, & Quarterly West, and in such anthologies as Beloved on the Earth: 150 Poems of Grief and Gratitude and Flora Poetica: The Chatto Book of Botanical Verse.