Citizen J by Daniela Olszewska

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By Daniela Olszewska

Citizen J hides in underground forests, concerns that her toasters are miked, unearths bombs in strange areas, attempts her hand at piloting and cowboy human assets. She marries twelve husbands, marries twelve better halves. during this sequence of interconnected poems, reminiscent right now of Heather Christle and John Berryman, Olszewska's everywoman hero strikes throughout a panorama that may be the US re-imagined as a post-Soviet kingdom: surreal, contradictory.

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