Poetry reviewed in this issue of Wordgathering includes Stephen Kuusisto’s third volume, Travis Chi Wing Lau’s and Clark A. Pomerleau’s debut chapbooks, and the award-winning debut collection by torrin a. greathouse. Leduc’s Disfigured interweaves autoethnography with folklore and media studies, fairy tales, disablement, irony, and seriousness. Hall’s edited collection is arguably the most comprehensive work of its kind, offered for our times.
- torrin a. greathouse, Wound from the Mouth of a Wound
- Alice Hall (Ed.), Routledge Companion to Disability and Literature
- Stephen Kuusisto, Old Horse, What Is To Be Done?
- Travis Chi Wing Lau, Paring
- Amanda Leduc, Disfigured: On Fairy Tales, Disability, and Making Space
- Clark A. Pomerleau, Better Living through Cats
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