Stumble, Gorgeous

Stumble Gorgeous Poetry STUMBLE GORGEOUS offers her most powerful and accomplished writing to date the music sings metrically and in a range of sounds and voices the syntax unfolds pleasure and difficulty in uneven d

  • Title: Stumble, Gorgeous
  • Author: Paula McLain
  • ISBN: 9781930974562
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry STUMBLE, GORGEOUS offers her most powerful and accomplished writing to date the music sings metrically and in a range of sounds and voices the syntax unfolds pleasure and difficulty in uneven doses and often surprises in its jangling turns Ira Sadoff.

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    About " Paula McLain "

  • Paula McLain

    Paula McLain is the author of the New York Times and internationally bestselling novels, The Paris Wife and Circling the Sun She s also published two collections of poetry, Less of Her and Stumble, Gorgeous, the memoir Like Family Growing Up in Other People s Houses, and a first novel, A Ticket to Ride She received her MFA in poetry from the University of Michigan in 1996, and has since received fellowships from the Corporation of Yaddo, the MacDowell Colony, the Ucross Foundation, the Ohio Arts Council, the Cleveland Arts Prize, and the National Endowment for the Arts Her essays have appeared in The New York Times, Real Simple, Town Country, The Guardian and Good Housekeeping She lives with her children in Cleveland, Ohio.

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  • Incredible book, terse and powerfully moving. Great author and person too. I heard her read at AWP, and told her how incredible she was, and said that I liked the book, and she walked off stage and handed me the copy she was reading at the end of her session, stood there and signed it. I taught she was bolder than me.I taught the book in my creative writing class the next semester, and it moved my students with its powerful images.


  • I felt like some of the references where over complicated. Overall I did not understand a lot of parts and had to reread in order to get a somewhat understanding.


  • Knowing her as the author of the excellent historical fiction novel, "A Paris Wife," I didn't expect McLain's poetry to shine, but it does! This collection carries unexpected depth and strength, and is akin to the early work of Olena Kalytiak Davis (And Her Soul Out of Nothing).


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