Solitude Being Alien / Kimberly Alidio

$ 7.00

 

dancing girl press, 2013
$7.00


 Kimberly Alidio works in the fields of academic ethnic studies, history, and contemporary investigative poetics. Her essays and poetry have or will appear in Bone Bouquet, American Quarterly, Make/shift Magazine, Social Text, Lingerpost, Lantern Review, as a limited edition broadside published by Fact-Simile, and other publications. She has a Ph.D from the University of Michigan, a Zora Neale Hurston scholarship from Naropa University, a VONA/ Voices Fellowship, and a Pushcart Prize nomination. She lives in Austin, TX, where she works as an adjunct instructor, writer and dramaturg for the Generic Ensemble Company, runs a poetry salon, and blogs at kimberlyalidio.tumblr.com.






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Leg hair milk a sphere
Hitch an ancestor
Feeling gets you
Goosey aphorism
Guilt grass the grace
Lube the fetch pitch black
Chest a river dismember
Lyric the obscene
Render pudenda
Ruin and urine
Erstwhile bowed backs
Sour a head of Cheez Whiz
Dear more-or-less pyrex
Cheer technique
Spleen