Synopses & Reviews
Her subjects are everywhere: inside apartment houses and alongside towering buildings, on streets and sidewalks, or beneath them, at the water's edge and in the changing heavens. In her able hands, through her painterly eye and rich vision, the odd scraps of urban life are converted into a sort of Platonic dialogue of fruitful enigmas, paradoxes, and playful epiphanies.
Elizabeth Macklin is a poet of the city.
About the Author
Elizabeth Macklin's awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship, an Ingram Merrill Foundation Prize, and an Amy Lowell Traveling Scholarship. She is the author of A Woman Kneeling in the Big City. She lives in New York City.