A Titular Ampersand

There is a great review of Rachel Galvin’s Pulleys & Locomotion over at NewPages, one of our favorite sites.

Reviewer Kate Angus begins with this:

Pulleys & Locomotion, Rachel Galvin’s first full-length collection, finds delicate grace balancing on that titular ampersand. As pulleys are a tool of motion and locomotion is movement itself, so this collection asks us to stop and consider not just the trajectory, but first what enables it to occur.

You can read the entire review herePulleys & Locomotion was published by Black Lawrence Press in 2009. It is available from the BLP website and Amazon.

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