Books by Ann Lauterbach

Released: April 1, 2001

"Lauterbach professes early on that 'a garden is an idea,' but she generates such a profusion of them that both garden and poet become obscured in the haze."
Since most of Lauterbach's poetry occupies the interstices between the inner and outer worlds (i.e., the places where one leaks into the other), it is never intentionally clear whether she is standing on this or that side of the permeable membrane of an experience. Read full book review >