The True Book of Animal Homes by Allison Titus

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The True Book of Animal Homes by Allison Titus

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About the book: Allison Titus's newest poetry collection, The True Book of Animal Homes, is obsessed with animal and human alike, and how each one of us makes our home in the stations we hold—from the wilds of southern brambles to a desk in an office cubicle. This book ponders the question: how much wildness are we allowed in this life, and how do we claim that wildness? The poems of The True Book of Animal Homes leap and scurry after the truth on all fours, devouring us with sharp language and brave new forms.

About the author: Allison Titus lives in Richmond, VA. Her debut novel, The Arsonist’s Song Has Nothing To Do With Fire, was recently published (Etruscan Press, 2014) and a new book of poems, The True Book of Animal Homes, is forthcoming from Saturnalia Press. Her first book of poems is Sum of every lost ship (CSU Poetry Center, 2010) and a chapbook, Instructions From the Narwhal, won the BOOM chapbook prize and was published by Bateau Press in 2007. Recent poems have appeared in A Public Space, Boston Review, Blackbird, Gulf Coast and Tin House. She co-edits the poetry journal Handsome, and in 2011 was awarded a poetry fellowship from the NEA.

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