Poetry. "Sensuous, sensual, brave and insistent, Sanelli's work shows the enclosures we tend provide no refuge. Cruelty, violation, aging or sudden death aren't invaders; they've been under our feet all along: 'the world, suddenly, too over-exposed/ to see, too piercing to hear.' This gardener is...unprotected by pose. Her poems lead us out of self-consciousness into the risk of presence and truth..." - Jody Aliesan. "I came away from her poems resolved to look more intimately at life and with a fervent desire to write down my own observations. That alone is the highest compliment I can pay this excellent poet" - Laurie Wagner Buyer.
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About the Author
Mary Lou Sanelli was raised in Connecticut, educated in Boston, and now lives and works in Port Townsend, a small coastal town located on Washington state's Olympic Peninsula, and in Seattle's vibrant downtown Belltown district. Sanelli's previous collections include CLOSE AT HAND, LONG STREAKS OF FLASHING DAYLIGHT, and LINEAGE. She coordinates Port Townsend's celebrated Sunday at One Poetry Series, now in its fifteenth year, and she is Artistic Director of The Moving Arts Dance Company.