“Caitlin Grace McDonnell brings an exciting, dark explicitness [to her poetry] that reminds me
of Jean Rhys.”–John Ashbery, Planisphere and Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror
Looking for Small Animals
Caitlin Grace McDonnell
“These poems listen. When I was reading them, awed by their loud silence, I heard a voice. Maybe the cry of a spotted angelanimal? Looking for Small Animals made me feel again how central the poem is to our existence. This book testifies to poetry’s awareness of immensity and terror, as well as the intricate intimate. Read Caitlin Grace McDonnell if you want to remember what autumn air feels like on your cheek: “... Buzzard’s breath ...’” –Spring Ulmer, Benjamin’s Spectacles. $13.25
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