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Sarah--Of Fragments and Lines (National Poetry Series Books
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Exclusive, early access finished books for booksellers, librarians, and media Promotion through the author's Facebook page and publishing house web site: www.counterpathpress.orgEndorsers (confirmed): Eileen Myles, National Poetry Series judgeEndorsers (potential): Peter Gizzi, Fanny HoweExcerpts: The Nation, A Public Space, Boston Review, New American Writing, Copper Nickel, Palimpsest, Parthenon West, Puerto del Sol, Women's Studies QuarterlyAdvertising: American Poetry Review, Boston Review, Poetry Project NewsletterCo-op available

About the Author

Julie Carr is the author of Mead: An Epithalamion, selected by Cole Swensen for the University of Georgia Press's Contemporary Poetry Series Prize, Equivocal (Alice James Books), and 100 Notes on Violence, selected by Rae Armantrout for the Sawtooth Award (Ahsahta Press). Her poems have appeared in The Best American Poetry, Boston Review, The Nation, A Public Space, and elsewhere. Raised in Massachusetts, she received her MFA at New York University and her PhD at University of California-Berkeley. She is the co-publisher of Counterpath Press, teaches at the University of Colorado at Boulder, and lives in Denver.

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"As Carr shuttles among her triple roles as mother, daughter, writer, individual words and phonemes shuttle back and forth like classical melodies. . . . Repetitions and echoes owe something to Gertrude Stein, but Carr's earnest music never simply repeats earlier experiment. Rather, her spare songlike pages . . . portray the strong contrary pulls in her divided mind."--Publishers Weekly (starred review) "As Carr shuttles among her triple roles as mother, daughter, writer, individual words and phonemes shuttle back and forth like classical melodies. . . . Repetitions and echoes owe something to Gertrude Stein, but Carr's earnest music never simply repeats earlier experiment. Rather, her spare songlike pages . . . portray the strong contrary pulls in her divided mind."--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)

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