“Thalia Field’s curiosity and probe is infectious, tantalizing, irrepressible. She is one of our most startling, original younger writers.” (Anne Waldman, author of Manatee/Humanity)
“Thalia Field’s poetry is mesmerizing, complex, and stands on its own with original forms.” (The Bloomsbury Review)
“Thalia Field’s powers and preoccupations...make for poignant, compelling reading that is equal parts cerebral, mythical, vulnerable and political.” (The Believer)
About the Author
Thalia Field (b. 1966, Chicago) attended a lycée in France, and worked at the Theatre des Amandiers in Nanterre and at the Theatre Nationale de Marseilles. She graduated with honors in creative writing from Brown University, winning the first John Hawkes Prize in Fiction. She is presently on the faculty at Brown University. Her books include Point and Line, Incarnate: Story Material, and Bird Lovers, Backyard.