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A book-length sequence that draws together lyric, collage and essay elements, The End Of Rude Handles explores landscape and the landscape of language with curiosity and tenderness. Jen Tynes' distinctively handmade poems are at the same time intellectual and playful, elusive and inviting: "When I speak of you some object is / also formed in light of that. // I enfold the brimming object to you."
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Jen Tynes lives in Denver, Colo. She received her MFA in poetry at Brown University. Her work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in the following journals: Diagram, New Hampshire Review, H_NGM_N, can we have our ball back, jubilat, TYPO, The Cultural Society, Indiana Review, Octopus, Factorial, Stimulus Respond, Washington Square, La Petite Zine, GutCult,Cutbank, and Verse Magazine.
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