Join us in congratulating our past SR poetry contributor Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach on the recent publication of her newest book, The Many Names for Mother, and her subsequent interview with Four Way Review which delves into the intricacies of the book and its prominent themes of motherhood, filth, and ancestry. The Many Names for Mother can be purchased here.
In some more good news, her poem, “Epithalamium After 50 Years,” which was published in Issue 19 of Superstition Review is to be included in her second collection, Don’t Touch the Bones, which won the 2019 Idaho Poetry Prize and is forthcoming from Lost Horse Press in March 2020.
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