Hourglass Museum (Paperback)

By Kelli Russell Agodon

White Pine Press (NY), 9781935210511, 120pp.

Publication Date: February 11, 2014

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Description

"Lyrical, intelligent, magical, and honest, the poems are both of this world and out of this world. Her uniquely true and mystical voice is like a glass of pure water: refreshing, healing, and oh, so necessary."--Nin Andrews

"Her poems are an intense vision of the power of art to heal, to help us understand ourselves and our world. Agodon invokes artists as disparate as Kahlo and Cornell, Picasso and Pollock, as a way into the world she creates for us in her deft and musical poems. She brilliantly succeeds."--Wyn Cooper

Kelli Russell Agodon is the author of two previous collections of poetry and lives in Kingston, Washington.



About the Author

Kelli Russell Agodon: Kelli Russell Agodon was born and raised in Seattle and educated at the University of Washington and Pacific Lutheran University's Rainier Writers Workshop where she received her MFA in creative writing. She is the author of Small Knots (2004) and Geography, winner of the 2003 Floating Bridge Press Chapbook Award. Her work has been appeared in literary magazines and anthologies such as the Atlantic Monthly, Prairie Schooner, Notre Dame Review, North American Review, Image, 5 a.m, Meridian, Crab Orchard Review, Calyx, The Seattle Review, Poets Against the War edited by Sam Hamill, as well as on NPR's "The Writer's Almanac" with Garrison Keillor and in Keillor's second anthology, Good Poems for Hard Times (Viking Press). Kelli is a recipient of three Washington State Artist Trust GAP grants, the James Hearst Poetry Prize, the Dorothy Rosenberg Poetry Prize, the William Stafford Award, the Carlin Aden Award for formal verse, a Soapstone Writer's Residency, and a grant from the Puffin Foundation for her work towards peace and as a poetry editor for the broadside series: The Making of Peace. Currently, Kelli lives in a seaside community in the Northwest with her family. She is the co-editor of Seattle's literary journal, Crab Creek Review. Visit her website at: www.agodon.com
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