Caroline Knox’s vision tears the seams of everyday life, turning expectations on their heads in favor of rediscovery. She pulls on a thread of language to ferret out surprises, absurdities, fascinating facts, time warps, Freudian slips of etymology and startling tenderness. In Knox’s world, everything is one syllable away from everything else, full of a rich connective and investigative energy traced by an expert hand.
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About the Author
Caroline Knox is the winner of the 2005 Maurice English Award and the author of six collections of poetry, most recently He Paves the Road with Iron Bars (Verse Press, 2004). Her poems have appeared in the Times Literary Supplement, Paris Review, and elsewhere. She has received awards from the NEA, Ingram Merrill Foundation, Massachusetts Cultural Council, and Poetry magazine.