Lindsay Tuggle

Introduction to Lindsay Tuggle’s Calenture

Lindsay Tuggle’s poetry is uncomfortable to read: the discomforts one feels in reading her work are the very thing that make it memorable. At once immensely personal, ornate, and unapologetically embedded in female experience, it is a style unconcerned with irony or terseness. It is a verse informed by the still-alive alternative histories of the American South and haunted by the Southern Gothic literature that these histories inform.

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An Elementary Treatise on Human Anatomy

After, Joseph Leidy 1. The string is a catalyst not a specific set of instructions. Of afterlives, she has empirical evidence, in spades. Still it defies you, this canopy of velocity. Nothing for it but to endure newfangled brocade deliriums. …

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