Anodyne

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Product Details

Price
$15.95  $14.67
Publisher
Tin House Books
Publish Date
Pages
104
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.9 X 0.4 inches | 0.35 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781947793804

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About the Author

Khadijah Queen is the author of Conduit, Black Peculiar, Fearful Beloved, Non-Sequitur, and I'm So Fine: A List of Famous Men & What I Had On. A finalist for the National Poetry Series, the Balcones Poetry Prize, and the CLMP Firecracker award in Fiction, she is an assistant professor of creative writing at University of Colorado at Boulder, and serves as core faculty for the low-residency Mile-High MFA program at Regis University.

Reviews

Khadijah Queen outdoes herself with captivating poems examining the dualities of joy and pain, love and loss, knowing and ignorance.--Ms. Magazine
These poems are a reminder of all that is still possible in this world, no matter how much tragedy surrounds us.--Refinery29
Accomplished. . . . Queen's collection reads as a testament to the power of poetry to raise awareness and shape the world.--Publishers Weekly
Exploring themes of body as metaphor and as physical being, joy, grief, love, ignorance, endurance, and choice, Queen once again shows herself to be a master of zooming in on small moments and panning out to big questions.--Shondaland
Anodyne captivates with poignant, resilient poems; ones that face toughness with lucidity: of losing family and facing landscapes full of 'untended loveliness of the forsaken.' All of which builds an affective and luminous sense of record, of observing and perceiving. . . . Queen's commanding style: building the poetic edges that are laced with endeavors, hurdles, grace, and truth into an eye-wide and powerfully deep poetry collection.--Prageeta Sharma, author of Grief Sequence
Anodyne is a study of form & cavedwell, feminism as foresight, and archives the articulation of black excellence & resilience. . . . Many (re)discoveries are assured with the preciseness of Queen's poetic legend.--Mahogany L. Browne, author of Black Girl Magic