Cecilia Corrigan, Titanic (Lake Forest College Press, 2014)
By way of a playful yet erudite formal mixing, Corrigan’s work creates a space where volatility and innocence can blind date. Her work both points to the future of poetry and claims its own territory. She’s the young poet who best marries the communal with the specific. This, her first collection, swirls around Alan Turing.
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