Giragosian’s fierce, gorgeous poems embody our role as one in body and mind with other peoples, plants and animals—living and extinct—arguing a familial connection integral to the survival of species including our own: “he is a thrashing turtle/on a bone hook, speaking from otherwhere/of his apartness. I point to hearth, to kin…” These poems hope we won’t find ourselves with, “Nothing left on Earth to love or fear,” as they invoke the beauty around us, and in us.
—April Ossmann, author of Event Boundaries
Meet Sarah Giragosian, an award-winning poet, Mt. Holyoke College Alumna and University at Albany-SUNY professor at our first ever virtual author session on Friday, September 25, in which we will discuss her new poetry collection The Death Spiral.
Signed copies are available for purchase now until we pack and ship them on Monday September 28th.