Poetry Northwest loves Burn This House!

Recently, Poetry Northwest published a review of Kelly Davio's Burn This House, and they had great things to say about Kelly's use of sound and rhythm.

"Clearly Davio is a skillful storyteller, adept at using sound and rhythm to their fullest potential, as she does in the poem “Patience”: “When you hear the knock on the back door, wait,” the poem begins, before moving on, a few lines later, to the wonderfully evocative image: “You will be // as a spider’s nest, squatting, moving only / in a threat to crack.” Indeed, the poems throughout this book are like nests of spiders, seemingly compact collections of words from which images and associations emerge, then scatter."

To read the full review, click here.

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