Karen George Appears in Collaborative Interview

A collaborative interview between Karen George and Lauren Camp concerning their recently published works appears in the online journal The Bind.

“Karen George’s A Map and One Year (Dos Madres, 2018) is a collection composed from words found in poems by Dickinson, Neruda, and Transtromer, novels by Anthony Doerr and James Joyce, letters by van Gogh, and a diary of Frida Kahlo. It’s a dreamscape with a narrative arc that explores love, loss, memory, and transformation, threaded with images of connection to the natural world.”

“Lauren Camp’s Took House (Tupelo, 2020) is a disquieting book about intimate relationships and what is seen and hidden. The unknown appears and repeats, eerily echoing need. Blame, power and disorder hover, unsettling what we know of love.”


Posted by Dos Madres Press