Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Review of Some Kind of Shelter

I review Sara Tracey's debut collection, Some Kind of Shelter over at Split Lip Magazine.

Ultimately Some Kind of Shelter begins with a map—“Give me a map . . . [and] follow me across this / cartographer’s sketch” (“This Paper Landscape”)—and ends with a map—“you study / my palm to find the way home” (“Chickfire”). These poems about work, love and Ohio are always searching for the path back, for the map inscribed in the palm of a hand.

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