...clearly a woman's voice writing about women's experience, not safely, not at a distance, not with Olympian detachment, and surely not solely to be read with approval by men sitting in judgment . . . These poems are stinging; they tell us that women's bodies are still terrible and lovely, still secret, but they name those feelings in a loud, unflinching voice. -- Marjorie Roemer in HURRICANE ALICE
About the Author
Lisa Glatt was born in 1963 and has spent most of her life in Southern California. She holds an M.F.A. from Sarah Lawrence College and teaches in the UCLA Extensions Writers' Program.