Bethany Carlson's Diadem Me shimmers with accumulations of feeling and experience. These poems map a surface at once interior and exterior, and, as they do, they offer their readers new ways of moving through a world which is at once arbitrary and ordered. In mourning, jubliation, and wonderment Carlson breaks the hymn in a Dickinsonian way, offering us something like transcendence—except her poems never forget their earthly, bodily roots.
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Dimensions: 180 mm x 120 mm
Edition of 130, numbered
Staple-bound and printed by Tompkin Press in Nottingham, UK
Designed by MIEL
Back cover colors various
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Bethany Carlson is an MDiv candidate at Yale University and holds an MFA from Indiana University. Her poems have been published in The 22 Magazine blog, The Bellingham Review, Bone Bouquet, Boxcar Poetry Review, The Cream City Review, Cura Magazine, Diagram, Drunken Boat, Memorious, Meridian, Night Train, The Pinch Journal, Juked, Lantern Review, The Laurel Review, Ruminate, Slice Magazine, and The Washington Square Review. She is a Kundiman Fellow and a member of The Lilly Graduate Fellows Program in Humanities & the Arts.
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