Reviews | September 01, 2010
Into History: A New Terrain of Women's Poetry
- Sarah Kennedy, Home Remedies, Louisiana State University Press, 2009, 70 pp., $17.95 (paper).
- Frannie Lindsay, Mayweed, The Word Works, 2009, 76 pp., $15 (paper).
- Rebecca Foust, All That Gorgeous Pitiless Song, Wave Books, 2010, 80 pp., $15.95 (paper).
- Sara London, Tyranny of Milk, Four Way Books, 2010, 100 pp., $15.95 (paper).
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