Jeanne Larsen teaches in the MFA and BA programs at Hollins University’s Jackson Center for Creative Writing. She has published two books of poetry—Why We Make Gardens [& other Poems], and James Cook in Search of Terra Incognita—as well as two of translated poems by medieval Chinese women—Brocade River Poems and Willow, Wine, Mirror, Moon—and four novels. Her new book of poems, What Penelope Chooses, is a sequence of lyrical smarty-pants backtalk to Homer’s Odyssey. It won the Cider Press Review Book Award and will be out early in 2019.
|Meat, Meat, Meat, Meat, Meat||(Issue 29)|
|Wide-Eyed, Sure, Fella—But Maybe I Care More||(Issue 29)|