jessamyn duckwall
Sylvia Sings in the Garden: Poems
$ 7.00

Last copy! Using Sylvia Plath's poems as entry points, Sylvia Sings in the Garden is a collection that vibrates with an aliveness, while also being a record of what it's like to be "(devoutly) haunted." 

As duckwall writes in the opening poem: "as a child i kept Plath / on the bookshelf next to the bible. / i thought she was my one / prophetess. i didn't know / the names of the other poets. / she taught me how to read / my nightmares, how to bare / my teeth in the mirror."

24 pages, half-letter size. Hand-sewn binding and a fold-out, broadside-style centerpiece.

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