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Every poem in this collection is a five star, worthy of the explicator s science and the sensitive reader s tears. [Donna Trussell s] poems of grief unavoidable, sustained, or in progress, join those of Emily Dickinson in their strength and assured longevity. David Ray, author of Sam's Book
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Donna Trussell s poems are lean, and brilliant. They swerve and startle, the way life does, but somehow better. What s Right About What s Wrong you ll turn down corners of pages, copy poems for friends, come back and back again to images so potent and penetrating they feel almost eerie in their stunning beauty. Naomi Shihab Nye, author of Honeybee
If Donna Trussell speaks to us from the fragile net of the living, she is spoken to by ghosts still animated by the look of longing. That s what s right about what s wrong, that equation life the dividend, death the divisor that solves, Trussell tells us in the title poem, to an infinite fraction/ that can t be right,/ but is. H.L. Hix, author of Legible Heavens
These poems, passionate and sometimes angry, sting. And though succinct, they grow large in the silences they force us to listen to. Jo McDougal, author of Satisfied with Havoc
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Donna Trussell grew up in Texas. Today she lives in Kansas City with her husband. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in Poetry, North American Review, TriQuarterly and other journals. In the past she has worked as an editor, film critic and teacher. Her short story Fishbone appeared in Fiction of the Eighties, New Stories From the South, Growing Up Female and other anthologies. Fishbone was nominated for the Pushcart Prize, was a finalist for Best American Short Stories and was performed as a play in Seattle and as a monologue in Dallas. Fishbone can be found online at ww.donnatrussell.com and in the SMU Press book Texas Bound II. In 2001 Trussell was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Five years later Newsweek published her essay Remember Me as a Writer, Not a Survivor.
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Book Description Helicon Nine Editions, 2008. Condition: New. Richard Ehrlich (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M1884235409
Book Description Helicon Nine Editions, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. First. Seller Inventory # DADAX1884235409