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Lynn Strongin

 

 

 

Lynn Strongin is a marathon word-sprinter. Her work is beyond the pale.
James LeCuyer, poet & teacher, San Francisco

Very much the work of a true poet.
Denise Levertov, poet, author of With Eyes At the Back Of Our Head, The Sorrow Dance: Poems, and Footprints

What a great poet you are.
Kay Boyle, poet and fiction writer, author of Winter Night, and Collected Poems of Kay Boyle

All of Strongin’s characters struggle in one way or another to find a way out of exile—whether it is the literal exile from geographic place, the figurative exile of adolescence and recovery, or simply the exile that we must all endure as we find our way into our individuality.
Jonathan Minton, poet & editor Word-for-Word

North and South are frames of mind as well as haunting inner and outer landscapes in Lynn Strongin’s work
Cassandra Robison, editor Magnolia, former editor Artistry Of Life

I wouldn’t call Lynn Strongin’s work ‘regional’ though she speaks of place — what she really does is fracture place in the way the cubists fracture shape — and the soul remakes itself as composite.
Susan Bright, poet, author of Breathing Under Water, Next to the Last Word, and House of the Mother

ISBN: 978-0-911051-48-3

288 pages, $18.95


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