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I thoroughly enjoyed her unpredictably of her eye and voice, the playful but always on-point innovations in structure, and the relentless lyricism threaded throughout. --Patricia Smith

Liz Robbins's poems are smart, savvy, dangerous, and as bold as the big hoop earrings her characters are fond of wearing. Robbins does not shy away from the provocative or mischievously formal. By turns elegiac and political, poppy and poignant, Play Button reconciles the good girl with the bad girl in us all. --Denise Duhamel

Liz Robbins's Play Button never pauses, never flinches, never stops. Layers of meaning erupt from that title, and from every poem in this tight, power-packed collection. Fresh, daring, and razor-sharp, these poems don t mess around. --Jim Daniels

About the Author

Liz Robbins' FREAKED is one of the winners of the 14th Annual Elixir Press Poetry Awards and her second collection, PLAY BUTTON, won the 2010 Cider Press Review Book Award, judged by Patricia Smith. Her album Picked Strings is a recording of various poems from that collection. Her chapbook Girls Turned Like Dials won the 2012 Yellow Jacket Press prize. She won the 2015 Crab Orchard Review Special Issue Feature Award in Poetry, and her poems are in recent or forthcoming issues of American Literary Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Denver Quarterly, Kenyon Review Online, and River Styx. She's an associate professor of creative writing at Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL.

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