Synopses & Reviews
“With Stevensian proliferations and Dickinsonian refractive speed, Enter Invisible puzzles without ruse, conveying a lightning-quick mind, always electric, fiercely inventive. The descriptive angularities, formal variance, and musical resources are sassy, tricky, and intriguing, full of razzle-dazzle and enormously beguiling, even as a tragic sense simmers within their marvelous contraptions. Catherine Wing is confident enough to entertain us and skilled enough to leave us haunted by what makes us laugh.”—Dean Young
Catherine Wing grew up in Kentucky. She received her undergraduate degree from Brown University and, most recently, her MFA in poetry at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Possible love child of Wallace Stevens and Dorothy Parker; Wing's poems are playful, scrappy, witty, postmodern
About the Author
Wing grew up in Fort Knox, KY, and in Louisville. She received her undergraduate degree from Brown University and is currently pursuing an MFA in poetry at the University of Washington. Her poems have appeared in A Fine Madness, Hubbub, Chrysanthemum, and Chicago Review. Enter Invisible is her debut collection.