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e-Book Living Must Bury download

by Josie Sigler

ISBN: 1934200360
ISBN13: 978-1934200360
Language: English
Publisher: Fence Books; 1 edition (April 1, 2010)
Pages: 63
Category: Poetry
Subategory: Literature

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Living Must Bury is a powerhouse, a slaughterhouse, a cathouse-oracle of a first book. Josie Sigler's incantatory poems build in yawps of collage that carve out the shape of her poems' heart-puncturing hurt.

Living Must Bury is a powerhouse, a slaughterhouse, a cathouse-oracle of a first book. Alex Lemon What strange.

Living Must Bury book. Gotta say that I loved the "Contents" in this book. What is usually a list of titles and page numbers, Sigler weaves into a whopper of a poem

Living Must Bury book. What is usually a list of titles and page numbers, Sigler weaves into a whopper of a poem. I'm a sucker for prayerish poems and "Contents" was one of the best I've read to date. -Alex Lemon "What strange, archaic, 3-D prayer is this? A lucid palimpsest showing us where the gold is buried.

"Living Must Bury" is a powerhouse, a slaughterhouse, a cathouse-oracle of a first book. What strange, archaic, 3-D prayer is this?

"Living Must Bury" is a powerhouse, a slaughterhouse, a cathouse-oracle of a first book. What strange, archaic, 3-D prayer is this? A lucid palimpsest showing us where the gold is buried.

Sigler Sibara completed a PEN Northwest Wilderness Residency, during which she lived for six months on a remote homestead above Rogue River in southern Oregon’s Klamath Mountains. She has received a National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship and an Elizabeth George Foundation Grant

Sigler is the recipient of Fence Books’s 2010 Motherwell Prize, awarded to a first or second collection of poems written in English by a woman.

Sigler is the recipient of Fence Books’s 2010 Motherwell Prize, awarded to a first or second collection of poems written in English by a woman. To set the stage for these complicated emotions, Sigler looks to relationships with family and neighbors. Her words carry the weight of events that happen across the globe, like her mother’s awakening in 1975 pressed against the invasion of East Timor that same year. For Sigler, life’s more full of melancholic endings than new beginnings.

Her book of poetry, living must bury, winner of the 2010 Motherwell Prize, was published by Fence Books. Sigler’s very short story, The Compartment, won the 2012 Barthelme Prize. Other work has appeared in journals such as Story Quarterly, Prism International, Fugue, Water-Stone, Hunger Mountain, and Redivider. Sigler was awarded a 2011 PEN Northwest Margery Davis Boyden Wilderness Residency, which afforded her the opportunity live on a remote homestead near the Rogue River in southern Oregon, as well as a Sitka Center for Art and Ecology Residency.

Her book of poems, Living Must Bury, won the Motherwell Prize and was published by Fence Books. Her short work The Compartment garnered Gulf Coast’s Barthelme Prize

Her book of poems, Living Must Bury, won the Motherwell Prize and was published by Fence Books. Her short work The Compartment garnered Gulf Coast’s Barthelme Prize. She has completed numerous writing residencies, including time at The Millay Colony for the Arts and the PEN Northwest Margery Davis Boyden Wilderness Residency. She has received a National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship and an Elizabeth George Foundation Grant. Sigler holds a dual doctorate in literature and creative writing from the University of Southern California.

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"Living Must Bury is a powerhouse, a slaughterhouse, a cathouse-oracle of a first book. Josie Sigler's incantatory poems build in yawps of collage that carve out the shape of her poems' heart-puncturing hurt."—Alex Lemon

"What strange, archaic, 3-D prayer is this? A lucid palimpsest showing us where the gold is buried."—Rachel Zucker

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