Edition: First Edition.
Description: pages cm
"A no-holds-barred, dark, and often hilarious collection from a prize-winning poet, veering between the poles of self and world. An essential companion to your practice of the Finnish art of kal-sarikännit-drinking at home, alone in your underwear, withno intention of going out-Now We're Getting Somewhere charts a hazardous course through heartache, climate change, dental work, Dorothy Parker, John Keats, Outlander, semiotics, and more. The poems are sometimes confessional, sometimes philosophical, weaving from desolation to drollery. A poet whose "voice lifts from the page, alive and biting" (San Francisco Book Review), Kim Addonizio reminds her reader, "If you think nothing and no one can / listen I love you joy is coming.""-- Provided by publisher.
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