Up Liberty Street by Erica Bodwell

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Bristling with life, tender to the touch and so smartly arranged, Erica Bodwell‘s Up Liberty Street is a beautiful chapbook, an achievement.

 ––Rowan Ricardo Phillips, author of The Ground and Heaven

 

Erica Bodwell’s Up Liberty Street interrogates what it means to be free as a young girl and woman living in the United States. These are poems of survival—the yellow sparkle snare drum’s solo—that celebrate girlhood and reclaim the body­.

 —Emari DiGiorgio, author of The Things a Body Might Become

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Up Liberty Street

by Erica Bodwell

$14.99, paper

Erica Bodwell was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan to an Israeli father and an American mother. She has lived in Concord, New Hampshire for the past 25 years where she practices corporate law, write poems and climbs mountains. Her poems have appeared in PANK, Crab Fat, Minerva Rising, White Stag, APIARY, The Fem, Coal Hill Review, HeART, Barnstorm, Hot Metal Bridge, The Tishman Review and other journals. This is her first chapbook.

 

2 reviews for Up Liberty Street by Erica Bodwell

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bristling with life, tender to the touch and so smartly arranged, Erica Bodwell’s Up Liberty Street is a beautiful chapbook, an achievement. ––Rowan Ricardo Phillips, the award-winning author of Heaven, which was a National Book Award and PEN Open Book Award finalist.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Erica Bodwell’s Up Liberty Street interrogates what it means to be free as a young girl and woman living in the United States. These are poems of survival–the yellow sparkle snare drum’s solo–that celebrate girlhood and reclaim the body­. -Emari DiGiorgio, author of The Things a Body Might Become

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