Domestic Interior (Pitt Poetry Series) (Paperback)

By Stephanie Brown

University of Pittsburgh Press, 9780822959977, 96pp.

Publication Date: July 31, 2008

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The poems in Domestic Interior describe the private and sometimes secret spaces of marriage, parenthood, and knowledge.

About the Author

Stephanie Brown is the author of Allegory of the Supermarket. She has published numerous poems in the American Poetry Review, and her work has been selected for the anthologies American Poetry: The Next Generation; Body Electric: Twenty-Five Years of America's Best Poetry; and four editions of The Best American Poetry. The recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Brown is a public library branch manager in Orange County, California.

Praise For Domestic Interior (Pitt Poetry Series)

”The words and stanzas of each of her poems are arranged perfectly, and the order of her works is stitched into a solid, enjoyable compilation. . . . Relevant, realistic, extremely beautiful, and accessible.”
—The Feminist Review

"Stephanie Brown is a poetic force to be reckoned with. After the release of Allegory of the Supemarket, it is difficult to imagine a follow-up as strong as her first collection. Domestic Interior delivers."
--Ballard Street Poetry Journal

"In her second book, Brown cuts through pretension with a voice like a whip. These poems engage because they depict human relationships with a profound honesty."
--Library Journal