I read one recent poem in The New Yorker by Catherine Barnett that sent me back to her previous books. In this award-winning first book of her poetry, it seems she is developing even as the book progresses. The closing sections are stronger than the first. She explores an intimate relationship in courageous and insightful ways. She seems best at her most terse:
i like the fever
even after the fever broke
I very much look forward to reading her newest collection, "Human Hours" just out September of this year.
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