The narratives of Karen Head’s Sassing are mournful but defiant tales, seeking a place of repose “somewhere between/the smoldering ruins of Atlanta/and a base near the Berlin Wall.” Head’s poems find that elusive place in their hard-edged music.
Karen gives an overview of the book:
Karen Head is the author of Sassing (WordTech Press, 2009), My Paris Year (All Nations Press, 2008) and Shadow Boxes (All Nations Press, 2003). Her poetry appears in a number of national and international journals and anthologies. As a artist, and as a scholar of contemporary...