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ISBN: 9780986270376
Publisher: KYSO Flash
Publication Date: 2017-05-07
Number of pages: 114
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The latest collection of poems by award-winning author and photographer Alexis Rhone Fancher. “Lust, longing, urban noir, and the emotional ravages and physical heat that colliding souls can’t help making, are all artfully packed into these lyrical narratives by a poet who refuses to hold back” (Michelle Bitting, poet and author of The Couple Who Fell to Earth).


“Mixing heartbreak and hilarity, these poems deliver an emotional wallop with the ease of a woman rolling down her nylons” (Pam Ward, author of Want Some Get Some and Bad Girls Burn Slow).


“Alexis Rhone Fancher is not merely a detailed chronicler of our socio-physical interactions—she is by far the most exciting, articulate, and convincing storyteller in contemporary verse” (Gerald Locklin, poet and fiction author of 100+ books).


“Any self-styled critic who characterizes Alexis Rhone Fancher’s written work as only sexy stanzas would be making an egregious mistake. Far more accurate to portray her poetry as grainy, gritty, noir images by a female version of Henry Miller’s bitter observation of the dirty word ‘relationships,’ or Georges Bataille’s eccentric business of the creative woman at times catering to the psycho-sado fantasies of her lover, or Stephen Schneck’s nightmare world of sensual dreams, but with an added dose of infectious humor” (Michael C. Ford, music journalist, playwright, Grammy-nominated spoken-word artist, and Pulitzer Prize-nominated poet).


“I write about women like me, women who own their sexuality and take responsibility for their choices. It may seem I’m writing about sex, but really, I’m writing about power. Who has it. How to get it. How to wield it. How to keep it” (from “Featured Fem” Alexis Rhone Fancher, interviewed by The Fem literary magazine, 17 June 2016).


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