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Taking readers from suburban carports to wintry Russian novels, from summer tomato gardens to the sublime interiors of presleep thoughts, Magdalena Zurawski’s poems anchor the complexities of our interconnected world in the singularity of the human experience. Balancing artistic experimentation with earnest expression, achingly real detail with dazzling prismatic abstracti ...more
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published April 2nd 2019 by Wave Books
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I picked up this poetry book for two reasons: the first obviously being the title and cover. The second was the poem I randomly flipped to in the middle of the book and read at the bookstore. That's how I pick poetry books, in case you were wondering.

This book did not disappoint. Perhaps the poems were a little different than what I have been gravitating toward recently, but still just as mesmerizing and beautiful. Poetry, for me, is like breathing. And this particular collection felt like taki
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About the Author

Magdalena Zurawski was born in 1972 to Polish immigrants in New Jersey, where she attended Catholic School for twelve years before escaping north to Providence, Rhode Island to study literature at Brown. Currently, she lives in Dur
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