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A breathtaking, artful set of poems on loss, family, place, and memory.
Krikus (Starred Review)
We reckon that nine generations in Appalachia is long enough for a place to get in the bones of a family, and that kinheritance has marked Kari Gunter-Seymour with an intuitive feel for one of America’s most isolated and peculiar regions.
Matt Sutherland, Foreword Reviews
These poems are delicately nuanced and so hard-edged, so unique, they can make you catch your breath.
Hephzibah Roskelly, World Literature Today
Gunter-Seymour’s talent shines like a diamond in this collection: solid, clear, sparkling.
Donna Meredith, Southern Literary Review
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