Heather Kamins


Heather Kamins grew up in New York and Massachusetts and has an MFA in creative writing from Mills College. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in various journals including 7×20, Chiron Review, Neon, Autumn Sky Poetry, Alehouse, and 580 Split, and in the anthology 140 And Counting. She lives in Western Massachusetts.


Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 2,080. Language: English. Published: March 11, 2012 by Upper Rubber Boot Books. Category: Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
Clocks and galaxies and streetlights; urns and deadbolts and petroglyphs; sweating lemonade; contrails; the spider strings of memory; rocky winter ground, the great blue heron with its neck tucked up under it like a wish, and the vanishing stars: Heather Kamins‘ inaugural chapbook of poetry reveals a deep curiosity and insight into the repressed and irrepressible energies of our world.

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