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Poetry Books by Mary Crow

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2012 – Addicted to the Horizon

"These spare lyrics move most powerfully in seeking...are beautiful for their music and deft sketches...and affecting in their tolereance for uncertainty in the world and in the self; searching for meaning and self-knowledge—perhaps one and the same—but like the horizon not fully attainable. They remain distant, each horizon offering a different perspective."

—April Ossman




ORDER: I Have Tasted the Apple

1996 – I Have Tasted the Apple

"Mary Crow's book, I Have Tasted the Apple, has a big feel to it; basic and metaphysical, these poems are informed by a mature lyricism. Also there's a quiet, honed rage beneath everyday scenarios that are injected with a sober realism into a forbidden landscape. But here's a garden whose soil is rich enough to nourish the mostly earthly delights."

—Yusef Komunyakaa





ORDER: Borders

1989 – Borders

"The poetry of Mary Crow is as we would expect of an artist deeply troubled by her experiences. The writing is taut, lean with the struggle to persevere and become its own true cause; and by the grace and the power of her art, the poems in Borders are kept from vanishing into the pain itself, thereby making a voice and presence for herself that is the fulfillment of her search for self."

—David Ignatow


Chapbooks

Winner of the 2002 National Looking Glass Poetry Chapbook Competition:


Visit Pudding House Publications

2002

The High Cost of Living


1981

The Business of Literature


1979

Going Home