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Meet Me Here At Dawn

Meet Me Here At Dawn Eroticism tinged with elegy gratitude knit with doubt Meet Me Here At Dawn contains an unmistakably open voice Sophie Klahr s debut poetry collection careens from hunger to hunger With lyric energy a

  • Title: Meet Me Here At Dawn
  • Author: Sophie Klahr
  • ISBN: 9781936919420
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eroticism tinged with elegy, gratitude knit with doubt Meet Me Here At Dawn contains an unmistakably open voice Sophie Klahr s debut poetry collection careens from hunger to hunger With lyric energy and narrative determination, the poems are missives sent back from a threshold, chronicling disease, the unspoken pains of family, the fabric of an extra marital affair WhEroticism tinged with elegy, gratitude knit with doubt Meet Me Here At Dawn contains an unmistakably open voice Sophie Klahr s debut poetry collection careens from hunger to hunger With lyric energy and narrative determination, the poems are missives sent back from a threshold, chronicling disease, the unspoken pains of family, the fabric of an extra marital affair What aperture makes a woman Klahr asks in One Slaughter In Meet Me Here At Dawn, even the unanswerable is unfaltering, every question brightly wrought and necessary.

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    About "Sophie Klahr"

    1. Sophie Klahr

      Sophie Klahr is the author of Meet Me Here at Dawn YesYes Books, 2016 and ______ Versus Recovery Pilot Books, 2007 Born in Pittsburgh, PA, she now lives mostly in Los Angeles.

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    1. Read aloud everything other than the preface in one sitting as part of my birthday celebration. Felt wonderful to have Klar's words come through my mouth.


    2. Meet Me Here At Dawn is a beautiful book. The poet's ability to move through so much story and narrative within and between poems that are often structured as lyrics is astonishing. The poems are alive and haunting. YesYes Books is the press to be reading. Klahr is a poet to follow.


    3. "ere's a girl, a bed, a gun, a fire/ You want her to be a body of water a city you can disappear// into for awhile The gun goes off and something/like a shard of glass slips, to nestle// at the edge of your eye, forever" Many evocative items and notions come into play and nestle at the edge of the reader's eye as Sophie Klahr proceeds with this moving non-linear account of living in a human body.


    4. This was a fine book of contemporary poetry to read by a young, hip white female poet. Mostly poems about a love affair and some about family. I could have dug deep into each poem if I really wanted to interrogate it, but got enough out of each one to read the whole volume pretty quickly.


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