Saturday, August 27, 2005

Who Knew?

Red Paper Flower was reviewed at Forty-Two in July. A very nice surprise this morning.

7.14.2005 thursday Red Paper Flower by Suzanne Frischkorn. The spooks of domesticity, the ghosts in the machine of matrimonial bliss. My favorite poems are near the end where the language starts disrupting itself. “He made his own arrows/ on the diningroom table.” “As if her thighs were large bass/ slicing.” -Jen


Thank you, Forty-Two. Thank you, Jen.

9 comments:

jeannine said...

Woo-hoo! Glad this beautiful collection is getting some recognition...it (and you) deserve it!

jen said...

Sure thing -- sorry I forgot to mention it! I meant to drop a note by yr blog.

gina said...

Oooh! Yes! I would *love* to write one of those for Spring Tide. 42, so fun. --Nice little piece, Jen.

Christine said...

Congrats! good for you. It's funny how many journals have titles ending with the nubmer 2, isn't it?

Patry Francis said...

First published. And then truly heard.
Many congratulations.

Patty said...

Woot! Congratulations!

Suzanne said...

Thanks, Everyone! :-)

Wendy Wisner said...

Yay! That's awesome!

Suzanne said...

Thanks, Wendy! :-)