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Lie Down With Me
New and selected poems
Julie Suk




Autumn House
2011 • 200 pp. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2"
Poetry

$19.95 Paperback, 978-1-932870-55-8



“Known for their intricate, strong webs, [Golden Orb] spiders spin silk that's tougher than the Kevlar used in bullet proof vests. Yet, all the while... [continued in Reviews below]”—Ron Slate, On the Sea Wall

The new and selected collection by Julie Suk.

Suk's collection of new and selected poems contain rich and sensory imagery that pierces through any darkness of subject and mood. Lie Down with Me is a beautiful book, a wonderful monument to a life dedicated to listening to the muse.

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“Known for their intricate, strong webs, [Golden Orb] spiders spin silk that's tougher than the Kevlar used in bullet proof vests. Yet, all the while, their webs shimmer like gold in the light. A lot like Suk's poems in this gathering of poems that spans four deacdes. Tough and elegant. Compressed and powerful.”—Ron Slate, On the Sea Wall



JULIE SUK'S The Dark Takes Aim won The North Carolina Poetry Society's Brockman-Campbell Book Award. Her previous poetry collections include The Angel of Obsession (1992), winner of the Arkansas Poetry Award and the Roanoke-Chowan Poetry Award; Heartwood (1991); and The Medicine Woman (1980). She also coedited Bear Crossings: An Anthology of North American Poets (1978) with Anne Newman and Nancy Cooke Stone. Julie Suk's poems have appeared in such periodicals as Georgia Review; Poetry, which awarded her the Bess Hokin Award; and Shenandoah, as well as appearing in Poetry Daily. She lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.



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