That Place Where You Opened Your Hands (Juniper Prize for Poetry) (Paperback)

That Place Where You Opened Your Hands (Juniper Prize for Poetry) Cover Image
On Our Shelves Now as of 24 Hours Ago
2 on hand, as of Sep 22 12:03am


Celebrating the tension between what we imagine and what we know the world to be, Susan Leslie Moore's debut collection moves between certainty and doubt, dead seriousness and determined playfulness. Exploring identity and the exterior and interior selves we create through the natural world, language, and relationships, the poems of That Place Where You Opened Your Hands bring the ordinary rhythms of life and motherhood into coexistence with wilder truths. As Moore writes, If I can't be singular / in purpose, let me be quietly adrift, but these are not quiet poems.

About the Author

SUSAN LESLIE MOORE is a Portland-based poet and the director of programs for writers at Literary Arts. Moore's work has appeared in such outlets as Poetry Northwest, Willow Springs, New York Quarterly, and Quick Fiction, and she is coeditor of Alive at the Center: Contemporary Poems from the Pacific Northwest.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781625345103
ISBN-10: 1625345100
Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press
Publication Date: April 24th, 2020
Pages: 72
Language: English
Series: Juniper Prize for Poetry