Shannon Elizabeth Hardwick's chapbook collection is about the self, and the mind that insists upon it's own space. How to reconcile the body and mind? In this collection, Shannon turns to the desert and those around her who dwell in the vastness in order to bring a complete self into the page. Her poetry is lyrical, experimental, inquisitive, filled with music and wonder.
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Shannon Elizabeth Hardwick received her MFA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College. She is the resident poet for Port Yonder Press online magazine. She writes in the deserts of West Texas.Review:
Reading Shannon Hardwick's poems is like finding yourself alone on the Texas plains listening to the wind purse and hum across the distant expanse. There's tone, a flutter, a persistent echo that guides you, unexpectedly, toward moments of clarity and release. The choice in these pages isn't how to mange our ills and loneliness, but what to do as we move through the wastelands in search of "origin of [our] ache." --Jeff Simpson, author of Vertical Hold
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