The True Bride

      The True Bride
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Known for its wit and complexity, Amy Gerstler s poetry deals with themes such as redemption, suffering, and survival Author of over a dozen poetry collections, two works of fiction, and various articles, reviews, and collaborations with visual artists, Gerstler won the 1991 National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry for Bitter Angel 1990 Her early work, including White Marriage Recovery 1984 , was highly praised Gerstler srecent works include Nerve Storm 1993 , Medicine 2000 , Ghost Girl 2004 , Dearest Creature 2009 , which the New York Times named a Notable Book of the Year, and Scattered At Sea 2015 , which was a finalist for the National Book Award.Born in 1956, Gerstler is a graduate of Pitzer College and holds an M.F.A from Bennington College She is now a professor in the MFA writing program at the University of California, Irvine Previously, she taught in the Bennington Writing Seminars program, at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California and the University of Southern California s Master of Professional Writing Program She lives in California with her husband, the artist and author Benjamin Weissman.

      The True Bride
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  • Paperback
  • 71 pages
  • The True Bride
  • Amy Gerstler
  • English
  • 04 June 2019
  • 093249904X

10 thoughts on “ The True Bride

  1. Abraham says:

    I enjoyed this, and might have given it 3.5 stars rather than 3 stars Maybe I liked it because I haven t been reading a lot of poetry lately and it s a good re entry point It s just the right mix of straightforward narrative and lyrical distractions I first read Gerstler when John Ashbery recommended her to a friend who was taking his class at Bard, seventeen years ago He d suggested that she was experimental She doesn t seem particularly experimental now the prose poems address fairly I enjoyed this, and might have given it 3.5 stars rather than 3 stars Maybe I liked it because I...

  2. Gary McDowell says:

    My first edition hardcover of this book is sweet.

  3. Ms. says:

    This was a really important book at a really rough time in my life It s raw, painful to read at times and fucking fabulous I wish I still had this book.

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