Carr, winner of the 2009 Sawtooth Poetry Prize, obsessively
researches intimate terrorism, looking everywhere from Whitman and
Dickinson to lists of phobias and weapon-store catalogs for
answers. Do they lie in statistics, in statements by and about
rapists and killers, in the capacity for cruelty that the poet
herself admits to? This book is a dream-document both of light and
innocence--babies and the urge to protect them--and of giving in to
a wrenching darkness, where despair lies in the very fact that no
single factor is to blame.
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