Here is a calendar full of long shadows, a guidebook of unlikely bursts of music, and we couldn't ask for a better guide than this keenly perceptive, wry, plucky poet. In Laurie Filipelli's Elseplace, as in Keats, we may not know if we wake or dream but that uncertain state blurs nothing, rather it clarifies the mysteries that are our befuddlements and salvations.
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About the Author
Laurie Filipelli is a poet and educator living in Austin, Texas. She earned an MFA from Indiana University and an MA from the University of Cincinnati, and has taught high school English and trained writers to teach in public schools. Her work has appeared in such places as the Columbia Review, Madison Review, and Web Del Sol: The Potomac. Elseplace is her debut collection of poetry.