Terror, Terrible, Terrific  (2022)

POWELL'S BOOKS / OCTOPUS BOOKS / SPDAMAZON

Terror, Terrible, Terrific is a dark, imaginative collection with a distinct love of language, melancholy humor, and affinity for noticing the remarkable in the unremarkable. 

Poems from this collection have appeared in Best New Poets, Tin House, and Ploughshares, among others.

A Hundred Thousand Hours by Gro Dahle / translated by Rebecca Wadlinger (2014)

UGLY DUCKLING PRESSE / SPDAMAZON

The book-length poem A Hundred Thousand Hours is both one of the most celebrated and controversial volumes published in Norway in the past couple decades. The story revolves around a mother-daughter relationship that exists between alternating forces of harmony and hysteria. Dahle's stanzas showcase multiple voices and surprise readers as a home becomes a museum, a cemetery, and a place where furniture comes to life. Dahle's work is fragmentary and eerie—an illustrious example of Scandinavian surrealism.

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