Friday, February 19, 2016

Intricacies by Joanna Kurowska

New Poetry Release!
“Boldly introspective, her poems linger with that rare combination of vision and intelligence.”

Joanna Kurowska’s latest collection of poems, Intricacies, burrows inside the heart and mind with spare, elegant writing, compact narratives of life, and lovely, lyrical language. In her quiet, soulful writing, Kurowska shines a light on the intricacies of life, faith, and our flawed humanity. The philosopher, poet, and academic, she composes vignettes of life that allow for nuance, while being rich in detail and wisdom. Kurowska has you questioning life, celebrating it, too. Boldly introspective, her poems linger with that rare combination of vision and intelligence.
Terry Loncaric
Author of Crashing in Velvet, Finishing Line Press

About the Author
Joanna Kurowska is the author of six critically acclaimed volumes of poetry, Intricacies (2016), The Butterfly’s Choice (2015); Inclusions (2014); The Wall & Beyond (2013); Obok : Near (1999); and Ściana : The Wall (1997). Forthcoming is her newest poetry collection Stained Glass.  At present an independent scholar and writer widely published in American and international journals, Joanna taught for many years at American universities such as the University of Chicago and Indiana University (Bloomington). She currently lives in Evanston, Illinois.

Read Joanna’s Riding & Writing Interview here!

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