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Intervening Absence Paperback – March 1, 2009

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"Clarity and alteration are at work in Carrie Olivia Adams' first book, Intervening Absence, which seeks for the personal a frame or lens that is by turns philosophical and filmic." --Lisa Fishman

About the Author

Carrie Olivia Adams is a publicist at the University of Chicago Press; she is also the poetry editor for Black Ocean. She has published one chapbook, A Useless Window, and her first full-length collection, Intervening Absence, is available from Ahsahta Press. Her poems and criticism have appeared in such journals as Backwards City Review, Cranky, DIAGRAM, Verse, and Lilies and Cannonballs. Her poem-films, "Pandora's Star Box," and "Winter Came" can be seen on YouTube.

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Carrie Olivia Adams lives in Chicago, where she is a professional book publicist and the poetry editor for the small press Black Ocean. She is the author of Forty-One Jane Doe's (a book of poems with a DVD of her poem-films), Intervening Absence, Operating Theater (forthcoming in December 2014 from Noctuary Press) and the chapbooks "Overture in the Key of F" (Available from above/ground press) and "A Useless Window."

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