The Day Judge Spencer Learned the Power of Metaphor
Published by Salmon Poetry
This collection plunges boldly into an unrelenting quest to make sense of a universe that is both beautiful and troubling. These vibrant poems resonate with a spirited voice that is consistently lively, audaciously erotic and sensual, and crackling with energy. The result is a collection that is arresting, urgent and unfailingly celebratory.
Cynthia Schwartzberg Edlow received her M.A. at the University of Illinois, specialising in Poetry. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her work has appeared widely in numerous journals, including The American Poetry Review and American Literary Review. She is a recipient of the Willow Review Prize for Poetry, a Beullah Rose Poetry Prize, and an award from the Chester H. Jones Foundation National Poetry Competition, selected by Robert Creeley, Diane Wakoski and Charles Wright. Her poems have also appeared in various anthologies, including Not A Muse: The Inner Lives of Women (2010).