Happy Wednesday, blog readers! Around here, Wednesdays mean featuring new poems for you to discover. All of these poems come from Poetry Daily, which is a great resource if you’re looking for new poetry to read, or if you just want to read some new poetry every day. This week we’re featuring Death Gets into the Suburbs by Michelle Boisseau.
According to her bio page, Michelle Boisseau has written several books of poetry, including A Sunday in God-Years (2009), Trembling Air (2003), and a university textbook entitled Writing Poems. Trembling Air was a PEN USA finalist. She has received two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. She teaches in the MFA program at the University of Missouri-Kansas City where she is Senior Editor of BkMk Press and Contributing Editor of New Letters.
Death Gets into the Suburbs by Michelle Boisseau