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Here on Earth
Karen Brennan

Wesleyan New Poets

1988 • 64 pp. 6 x 8"

$14.95 Paperback, 978-0-8195-1156-0

A collection of poetry from an award-winning poet, playwright and novelist.

Reviews / Endorsements

“These lyrics are forms of deliberation, thoughtful as poetry can be. A magician is at work: she asserts a world, possible and shifting. The world is divided and put back together tenderly, partially whole.”—Steve Orlen

“Luminous, strikingly original poems…a most remarkable first book.” —Thomas Lux

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KAREN BRENNAN wrote puppet shows, plays, stories, and poems as a child. Now an author of fiction and plays as well as of poetry, she received an Academy of American Poets Prize at the University of Arizona in 1986, the Sonora Review Poetry Prize the same year, and a P.E.N. Syndicated Short Fiction Award in 1987.

Brennan was born in New Rochelle, New York, and grew up in Larchmont. She earned a B.A. at Newton College of the Sacred Heart in Newton, Massachusetts (1963), and an M.F.A. at Goddard College (1979). She is now studying for her Ph.D. and teaches at the University of Arizona. She has four children and her home is in Tucson.

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