Poetry. "Never in American letters, before ALICE AGES AND AGES, have we seen a thigh at once so elegant and portentous. Upon its surface a filigree of web-like veins—empurpled, cerulean, blood-red, according to certain gradations of self-regard and fear. Where will we find its meaning? Deep-rooted in Alice's flesh? In its mirror image? Behind the looking glass in the specular world? If anyone knows, Sarah White does. Follow her words toward the heart of this spidery labyrinth. Stay always alert"—Eugene Garber.
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About the Author
Before moving to Manhattan, Sarah White taught French language and literature at Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA. She is author of a poetry collections ALICE AGES AND AGES (BlazeVOX Books, 2010) and CLEOPATRA HAUNTS THE HUDSON (Spuyten Duyvil, 2007), a poetry chapbook, Mrs. Bliss and the Paper Spouses (Pudding House, 2007), and a book-length lyric essay, The Poem Has Reasons: a Story of Far Love (Proem Press, 2008). She is also co-translator (with Matilda Bruckner and Laurie Shepard) of Songs of the Women Troubadours (Routledge, 2000).