Poetry. In a world that is both intensely biological (conscious of the nervous system, worms, owl excrement) and intensely mechanical (halogen lights, towers, helmets) there is a surprising amount of room for imagination and magic. Julia Cohen uses that space very well.
"Julia Cohen's poems will knock you out with their fresh logics like some moon-governed dream...this collection is half in the world and half in the 'non-world' that 'occasionally rolls over you,' utterly grounded in the domestic and wildly transformative."—Elizabeth Willis
|Publisher:||Black Lawrence Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Julia Cohen is the author of COLLATERAL LIGHT (Brooklyn Arts Press, 2013). Her first full-length book, TRIGGERMOON TRIGGERMOON (Black Lawrence Press), was published in 2010, and her third collection, I Was Not Born, will be released by Noemi Press in 2014. Her poems and lyric essays appear in such journals as jubilat, New American Writing, Kenyon Review Online, Colorado Review, DIAGRAM, and Black Warrior Review.