Ange Mlinko was born in Philadelphia in 1969. Educated at St. John’s College and Brown University, she has lived most of her adult life in New York, and also spent time in Ifrane, Morocco, and Beirut, Lebanon. Mlinko’s previous books include Matinées, Starred Wire, and Shoulder Season. She has received the Poetry Foundation’s Randall Jarrell Award in Criticism, and is currently teaching in the University of Houston’s Creative Writing Program. In 2014, she was named a Guggenheim fellow in the field of poetry. She lives in Houston with her husband and two children.
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A vibrant and eclectic collection from a stunningly mature young poet
“The world—the time has come to say it, though the news will not be welcome to...