BkMk Press Books

In the Knees of the Gods

Poems

by Reeves, Trish

Price: $12.95, 72 pages

ISBN: 9781886157316, 2001

Poetry. Gay / Lesbian. "Compressed as these spare lyrics are, they open to an unmistakable amplitude: the life of feeling honored, observed, sung. "...luck could sing from every word on this page," Trish Reeves writes; these moving and genuine poems are the readers' good fortune" --Mark Doty.

Trish Reeves, a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism and the Warren Wilson College MFA Program, was born and raised in Missouri. Her first book of poems, Returning the Question, received the Cleveland State University Poetry Center Prize. She has received fellowships for her poetry from the National Endowment for the Arts, Yaddo, and the Kansas Arts Commission. Reeves currently lives in Kansas.

 

Published 2001

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