A wise and rakish debut collection filled with landscapes of breakage but also rich seedbeds of redemption. Pam Calabrese MacLean’s signature image is perhaps the glass horse that, all its legs broken, “grew wings.” MacLean’s voice has enormous emotional range; it flies, and packs a wicked punch mid-air, cutting through the posturing and pretension so frequent in today’s poetry. I know of no other poet who can defrost her fridge so poetically, dream of ‘doing’ the Marlborough Man so sexily, or demythologize crème brulee so definitively. The voices in these poems are feisty, powerful, and unforgettable. Fasten your seat belt; read this book.” – Jeanette Lynes, is the author of Left Fields, Wolsak and Wynn
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