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Ruhls poetry sings with a humbling honesty about who we share our lives with and those who form our hollows.

Playwright Sarah Ruhls first book of poetry, 44 Poems for You, offers poems that form a subtle, personal meditation on family, motherhood, and loss. With a finely tuned ear for language, Ruhls poetry sings with a humbling honesty about what it means to share our
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Paperback, 80 pages
Published February 18th 2020 by Copper Canyon Press
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I was disappointed in this collection of poems because there did not appear to be any cohesiveness to the collection. It seemed as if random thoughts were just thrown out and bound together to form the book. There were some great parts, but they didnt come together for me and it made the reading of this collection somewhat difficult. ...more
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Sarah Ruhl (born 1974) is an American playwright. She is the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship and the PEN/Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater Award for a distinguished American playwright in mid-career.

Originally, she intended to be a poet. However, after she studied under Paula Vogel at Brown University (A.B., 1997; M.F.A., 2001), she was persuaded to switch to playwriting. Her
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