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Cate Marvin is the author of Fragment of the Head of a Queen and World's Tallest Disaster. A winner of the Kate Tufts Discovery Prize and a Whiting Award, her poetry has been published in the Paris Review, Poetry, Tin House, and elsewhere. A cofounder of VIDA and a professor of English at CUNY, she lives in Maplewood, New Jersey.
"These are poems of feeling, memory, and calamity, of a life lived near the edge and an edge that nevertheless always resolves itself into a haunting ethical music. This is a wonderful collection of poems. It makes a powerful claim on the reader at every turn, on every page." -- Eavan Boland "A collection...of spectral, charged poems: a wild, ferocious bunch capable of emotional darkness, bound by a strong poetic I...a successful call to arms." -- Publishers Weekly "Channels the colorful voices of Staten Island." -- Vanity Fair