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"When will the past be done with us?" asks Tasha Cotter's poem "Stranger," one of many instances in Some Churches where the reader is confronted with truths few poems dare to approach. Like Szymborska, Cotter manages to crystallize moments of transcendent simplicity, and to make memory palpable. Illuminated with images both familiar and surreal, the poems of Some Churches give us a new reverence for the everyday.
— Mary Biddinger, author of O Holy Insurgency and Saint Monica

Read Tasha's interview at The Fertile Source

Tasha Cotteron



poetry
Moonflower (Journal of Compressed Creative Arts)
Blood Orange (Eat This Poem)
Hydrangea, Dialogist (poem + audio)
The Visitation, The Journal of Kentucky Studies (Winter 2013)
Poetry, The Journal of Kentucky Studies (Winter 2013)
The Chemistry Machine (Parcel)

Tasha talks poetry with LitBridge