"These poems are fierce. Turbulent. Forceful. Astute. In Becoming Persephone, Mary Ann Honaker has put together a collection that tears at the fabric of those moments in our lives that become us, that render our lives, that remember us, sometimes when we don't want to remember them. There is darkness here, but not desperation. Love and anti-love. Pain, certainly, but also perception. The poems are wonderfully constructed and sharply stated, giving...
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