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Hollow Out (Many Voices Project)by Kelsea Habecker
Synopses & Reviews
“No one since John Haines’ Winter News has written so well about the interminable winters, the snow, the cold and the human solitude of those living in polar regions. . . . Hollow Out is one of the most moving and original books of poems I have read in years.”—Charles Simic
From “Hollow Out”:
When weasels are out / after the first snowfall of the year / the elders tell me to walk with my mouth / shut tightly against the rivering wind / or the weasel, an opportunist, / will launch
Kelsea Habecker spent five years in a remote Alaskan Inupiat village near the Arctic Ocean.
No one since John Haines has written so well about winter, snow, and cold.
About the Author
Kelsea Habecker teaches and writes poetry and nonfiction--much of it filled with snow. She has lived in Michigan, Virginia, Mexico, New York, and Illinois, and spent five years in a remote Inupiat Eskimo village on the Arctic Ocean. She received her B.A. from Randolph-Macon Woman's College and M.F.A. from Bennington College's Writing Seminars.
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