As Reviewed By: Joan Houlihan Lunch, by D.A. Powell. Wesleyan University Press, 2000. 62 pages. paper, $12.95 Tea, by D.A. Powell. Wesleyan University Press, 1998. 71 pages. paper, $19.95 Cocktails, by D.A. Powell, Graywolf Press, 2004. 66 pages. paper, $14.00 In the world of cross-cut, jump-cut, cut-up and uncut poetryread more
About Joan Houlihan
Joan Houlihan is author of three collections, most recently, The Us (Tupelo Press, 2009). Her other two books are: Hand-Held Executions: Poems & Essays (2003) and The Mending Worm, winner of the 2005 Green Rose Award from New Issues Press. Her work has appeared in many journals, including Boston Review, Poetry, Harvard Review, Gettysburg Review, Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Black Warrior Review, Gulf Coast and Pleiades, among others, and has been anthologized in The Iowa Anthology of New American Poetries (University of Iowa Press, 2005) and The Book of Irish-American Poetry--Eighteenth Century to Present (University of Notre Dame Press, 2007). Her critical essays on contemporary poetry are archived online at Bostoncomment.com and she is a contributing editor for the Contemporary Poetry Review. Houlihan is founder of the Concord Poetry Center in Concord, Massachusetts and of the Colrain Poetry Manuscript Conference. She teaches in Lesley University's Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing Program in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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