By Keetje Kuipers,Thomas Lux
Thomas Lux chosen this debut assortment as winner of BOA’s A. Poulin, Jr., Poetry Prize. In his foreword he writes, "I was once instantly struck by means of the confidence of mind's eye, the unusual cadences, and wild track of those poems. we must always be completely satisfied that younger poets like Keetje Kuipers are making their voices heard no longer by means of tearing up the outdated language yet by way of making the outdated language new."
Keetje Kuipers, a local of the Northwest, earned her BA at Swarthmore collage and MFA on the college of Oregon. A Stegner Fellow at Stanford collage, she divides her time among Stanford and Missoula, Montana.
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Beautiful in the Mouth (A. Poulin, Jr. New Poets of America) by Keetje Kuipers,Thomas Lux