Horses Where the Answers Should Have Been: New and Selected Poems (Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award)

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“[Twichell’s] poems generate the requisite heat with the poet’s precise, original and frequently brilliant use of language. . . . A major voice in contemporary poetry.” â Publishers Weekly

“[Twichell’s poems] track the inner movements of one life with an unexpected freshness.” â The Washington Post

Publishers Weeklycalled Chase Twichell “a major voice in contemporary poetry,” and this long overdue retrospective supports the claim. Selected from six award-winning books, this volume collects the best of Twichell’s meditative and startling poems. A longtime student of Zen Buddhism, Twichell probes how the self changes over time and how the perception of self affects the history and meaning of our lives. Her poems exhibit a deep and urgent love of the natural world amidst ecological decimation, while also delving into childhood memories and the surprise and nourishment that come from radical shifts in perception.

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especially now, at the end of the world?
Can’t we begin a conversation
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Chase Twichell is the author of six books of poetry and the best-selling writer’s manualPractice of Poetry. She is the founding editor of Ausable Press and lives in rural New York with her husband, the novelist Russell Banks.

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Chase Twichell is the author of five books of poetry and the best-selling Practice of Poetry. She is the founding editor of Ausable Press and lives in rural New York, with her husband, the novelist Russell Banks.

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'Suppose you had Sappho's passion, the intelligence and perspicacity of Curie, and Dickinson's sweet wit, all mixed into a brilliantly shifting connectivity of ideas, scenes, creatures, phantoms, moods, and suspicions, and set her in the life we know we live. Then you would have the poems of Chase Twichell, which are so splendid and astonishing' - Hayden Carruth. 'They are full of sharp observation, both of the world and herself, unsentimental poems with a sinewy intellectual toughness - they open out into a stark, sometimes bewildered clarity' - Robert Hass, Washington Post.

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