Churches are fixed structures that enable intangible beliefs. In Some Churches, Tasha Cotter gives words similar power to transform. Each poem in this collection is like a penance, a salve when "we are strangled by the walls," when we feel like only "shell and shadow." Here's a book that fills the spaces between "what we say / aloud" with tight lines and fresh thoughts; a worthy poetic companion as we "drink the galaxy and try to locate an edge." (Nick Ripatrazone)
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