In this nimble, turbulent collection, one of America's foremost African American poets probes the skin between childhood and adulthood.
About the Author
Tim Seibles is the author of BUFFALO HEAD SOLOS (Cleveland State University Press, 2004), HAMMERLOCK (Cleveland State University Press, 1999), Ten Miles an Hour (Mille Grazie Press, 1998), Kerosene (Ampersand Press, 1995), HURDY-GURDY (Cleveland State University Press, 1992), and Body Moves (Corona Press, 1988). He is a former NEA fellow and has led workshops for Cave Canem and the Zora Neale Hurston-Richard Wright Foundation. He lives in Norfolk, Virginia, where he teaches courses for Old Dominion University's English Department and MFA in Writing Program.