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My Glass Terrace the Hinterland by Bonnie Jean Michalski. Published by Uncaged Editions for the Dusie Kollektiv 3, 2008.


empties out a canvas bag of letters
each one is addressed to the cornea
each one is spoken in microwaves
love levers left on all the appliances

Archived in the rare Book Room at the University of Arizona Poetry Center.

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Paper and Staple, 25 pages
Published April 1st 2009 by Uncaged / Dusie
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Kathrin Schaeppi
May 21, 2009 rated it it was amazing
My Glass Terrace the Hinterland by Bonnie Jean Michalski
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Fourteen of Michalski’s poems are framed by lines from Yeats’ Three Things: “Sang a bone upon the shore” and “A bone wave-whitened and dried in the wind.” Each poem becomes a word-window showing something on the glass, on the ledge, against the pane, near the frame, behind the glass.

"A bone wave-whitened and dried in the wind.

blends polymer with glass and finds
a durability how the window can angle
out to create a
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The sonnet structure that holds the book together is smart and feels well constructed. The poems are funny and tender: "love is for later use love is for lasers." Michalski's diction is as complex and satisfying as the textures and fabrics in "plaid plaid plaid" and "marrimekko-style" that adorn these poems.
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