Take Me with You, Wherever You're Going

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Four Way Books
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6.1 X 0.3 X 9.0 inches | 0.4 pounds
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About the Author
Jessica Jacobs is the author of Take Me with You, Wherever You're Going (Four Way Books, 2019) and Pelvis with Distance (White Pine Press, 2015), a biography-in-poems of Georgia O'Keeffe, winner of the New Mexico Book Award in Poetry and a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award. Her chapbook In Whatever Light Left to Us was published by Sibling Rivalry Press in 2016. Her poetry, essays, and fiction have appeared in publications including Orion, New England Review, The Missouri Review, Crazyhorse, and the Oxford American. An avid long-distance runner, Jessica has worked as a rock climbing instructor, bartender, editor, and professor, and is now the Associate Editor of the Beloit Poetry Journal. She lives in Asheville, North Carolina, with her wife, the poet Nickole Brown.
"I'm totally certain Jessica Jacobs' book is going to save someone's life. . . . An honest, activist, real world dream of a book. A treasure." --Gabrielle Calvocoressi
"All great love stories deserve to be written down for history's sake. With Take Me with You, Wherever You're Going, Jessica Jacobs gives us an intimate, sensual, desirous book full of real life hardships and an epic love story of surrender and survival. Rooted in landscape and written with a rich lyrical line, these gorgeous poems pay necessary homage to what truly matters." --Ada Limón
"In language limpid, forthright, and involving, Jacobs relates the story of a life: growing up different in swampy Florida; discovering one's sexuality and self; learning that finding and sustaining real love is both wondrous and hard. Her voice is immediately captivating and remarkably variable." -- Library Journal's Best Poetry 2019 List-- (11/18/2019)