Always a Body

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Cornerstone Press
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5.5 X 8.5 X 0.22 inches | 0.28 pounds
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About the Author
Molly Fuller is the author of the full-length collection For Girls Forged by Lightning: Prose & Other Poems as well as two chapbooks, Tender the Body and The Neighborhood Psycho Dreams of Love. She is the winner of the Gris-Gris Literary Journal Summer Poetry Contest. Her work has appeared in Nothing to Declare: A Guide to the Flash Sequence, New Poetry from the Midwest, 100 Word Story, and Bellingham Review. Fuller is the recipient of Artist Residencies from both Wassaic Project and Vermont Studio Center.

"These poems are desperately sexy and beautifully deranged-dare to live with them a while and they will disturb you, comfort you, and change you." -Michelle Lewis, author of Animul/Flame

"Fuller's writing is fluent in the language of critique but never bogged down by it; every crisp syllable erupts with courage, love, confidence, and endurance." -Andrew Rihn, author of Revelation: An Apocalypse in Fifty-Eight Fights

"These musical poems-that move with a rhythm much like a pulse through a body-explore desire, pain, grief, and pleasure." -Nicole Robinson, author of Without a Field Guide

"Though there's a lot of pain and sorrow in these poems, there's also a movement toward a life with its many rewards . . . we realize that what we've read as an extended elegy might also be a quiet resurrection." -Rick Campbell, author of Sometimes the Light

"Molly Fuller writes, painting the body, painting the body as common denominator, as art and memory, as every reason." -Karen Schubert, author of The Compost Reader

"The thread holding these poems together is sturdy and deep-rooted in capturing the atmospheric ephemeral, in making us feel in familiar ways where the body and where our selves fuse and where we break." -Angie Mazakis, author of I Was Waiting to See What You Would Do First