Xenos

Xenos Joanna C. Valente
  • Title: Xenos
  • Author: Joanna C. Valente
  • ISBN: 9781939675361
  • Page: 321
  • Format: ebook
  • Xenos Joanna C. Valente Xenos This is a collection of poems about understanding and honoring the complexities and beauty of immigrant experience in America
    This is a collection of poems about understanding and honoring the complexities and beauty of immigrant experience in America.
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      Published :2020-02-09T20:21:52+00:00

    About Joanna C. Valente


    1. Joanna C Valente is a human who lives in Brooklyn, New York, and is the author of Sirs Madams Aldrich Press, 2014 , The Gods Are Dead Deadly Chaps Press, 2015 , Marys of the Sea The Operating System, 2017 , Xenos Agape Editions, 2016 , and Sexting the Dead Unknown Press, 2018 They are the editor of A Shadow Map An Anthology by Survivors of Sexual Assault CCM, 2017 Joanna received a MFA in writing at Sarah Lawrence College, and is also the founder of Yes, Poetry, a managing editor for Luna Luna Magazine and CCM, as well as an instructor at Brooklyn Poets Some of their writing has appeared in Brooklyn Magazine, Prelude, Apogee, Spork, The Feminist Wire, BUST, and elsewhere.


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    1. Joanna C Valente s poetry is moving, is gorgeous, is story made poetry and poetics turned into story She gives you both narratives and shocking momentary scenes full of emotion There is a rhythm to her work that keeps you going and going and going through her words just like her trajectory as a poet, her words don t stop, won t stop, and won t apologize for it.

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    2. While just a chapbook and by just I mean simply that it s short , Valente crafts a compelling narrative of an immigrant woman it is both stolidly old timey eagerly contemporary I ve yet to read a poor poem from Valente.

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    3. I reviewed this e chap and interviewed author Joanna Valente, here entropymag interview with

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