Solitude Being Alien / Kimberly Alidio

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dancing girl press, 2013

 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


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