Earth Room (Paperback)

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A stunning collection of poems by a New York-based Poet which carries the reader through different places in geography and emotion.

— Janelle


Selected by Nobel Laureate Louise Gl ck as Winner of the inaugural Bergman Prize, Rachel Mannheimer's debut, Earth Room, is a dazzling book-length narrative poem that explores with tenderness how art and love intersect to make one's life. Transporting the reader across decades and from the Moon to Mars by way of Alaska, Berlin, and the Hudson Valley, Earth Room considers a lineage of sculpture, performance, and land art--from Robert Smithson to Pina Bausch--with observations shaped by gender and environment, history and portents of apocalypse. With an urgent, direct, and unmistakably powerful voice, Mannheimer tests the line between nature and culture, ordinary life and performance. A work of sly wit and bracing sincerity, Earth Room is an original, unsparing book that Louise Gl ck calls "a lesson in how to make something of where we find ourselves.

About the Author

RACHEL MANNHEIMER was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, and lives in New Haven, Connecticut, where she works as a literary scout and as a senior editor for The Yale Review. This is her first book.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781955125109
ISBN-10: 1955125104
Publisher: Changes Pub.
Publication Date: April 5th, 2022
Pages: 100
Language: English