Kelsey Street Press reviews Genevieve Kaplan’s In the ice house

HK Rainey of Kelsey Street Press had this to say about Genevieve Kaplan's In the ice house –

"In Genevieve Kaplan’s In the ice house, poems both jarring and lovely elucidate the

conflict between stasis and motion, anchoring and release. She has mastered the containment of Niedecker and paired it with the analytic lyric of

poets like Celan."

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