Michelle Boisseau received her second NEA poetry fellowship in 2010. A Sunday in God-Years, her fourth book of poems, was published by University of Arkansas Press 2009; the press also published her third book, Trembling Air, a PEN USA finalist, 2003. Her textbook, Writing Poems (Longman), in its eighth edition, is coauthored with Hadara Bar-Nadav. She teaches in the MFA program at the University of Missouri–Kansas City. Recent work has appeared in Poetry, Yale Review, Cincinnati Review, and Miramar.
Jan 31 2014
Poetry Feature: Michelle Boisseau
“I Ate My Mate”
“Children Visiting Hospice”
“Nothing Is the Most We Ever Know”
“Wax for the Sleigh Runners”
“Head of Steam”
“The Voyage of the Sentence Begins”
“Happy Birthday to You, You Live in a Zoo”
Dec 01 1987
The text of this poem is currently not available online.