Poetry. "The poems in Bernadette Geyer's THE SCABBARD OF HER THROAT are saturated by touch: fingers on a throat, hand on a door, wasp, clasped to a cicada's back, fever to bodies, daughters to mothers, mythologies to linoleum. Her lines soothed, they bruised, they entered my ear and held."Cornelius Eady
|Publisher:||The Word Works|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.16(d)|
About the Author
Bernadette Geyer is the author of the chapbook What Remains (Argonne House Press, 2001), and recipient of a Strauss Fellowship from the Arts Council of Fairfax County. Her poetry has appeared in Oxford American, Verse Daily, The Midwest Quarterly, North American Review, and elsewhere. THE SCABBARD OF HER THROAT (The Word Works, 2013) is her first full-length book.