Intruder (Paperback)

By Jill Bialosky

Knopf Publishing Group, 9780375711718, 96pp.

Publication Date: October 5, 2010

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Description

From acclaimed poet Jill Bialosky: a haunting series of poems about the dangers of eros and the creation of art, as intense and perfectly noted as violin concertos (Booklist).


About the Author

Jill Bialosky is the author of the poetry collections The End of Desire and Subterranean, and her poems appear regularly in journals such as The Paris Review, The American Poetry Review, The Lyric, and Open City. Bialosky is an editor at W. W. Norton and lives in New York City with her husband and son.


Praise For Intruder

“Jill Bialosky’s powerful third book of poetry, Intruder, is sharply perceptive, reminding readers about the way life forces us to our knees while restoring us to our true selves.” —Los Angeles Times

“[Bialosky] attempts to do what generations of poets before her have tried—to articulate the ineffable. Most of these poems succeed at capturing and concretizing the ephemeral, the fragile, the fleeting, focusing on transitory spots of time that spark or conclude passion, inspiration, or change.” —East Hampton Star

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