Jenny Gropp’s first title is available now!
From everyday scenes that clothe a cast of characters in weather, tears, and prayer, to the “animal between,” where the narrator conjures her desires into the courage to explore her sexuality, from the ontological vignettes of a woman living in Northern Japan under the constant presence of fog, to the etymological, political eruptions that reside in language, The Hominine Egg suggests that vigilance is a spiritual practice, out of which one must hatch, again and again.
Jenny Gropp’s poetry and prose can be found in Denver Quarterly, Seneca Review, Best New Poets, American Letters & Commentary, Seattle Review, Typo, Colorado Review, Unsaid, and DIAGRAM, among others. Gropp received her MFA from the University of Alabama, where she was the editor of Black Warrior Review. Now the managing editor of the Georgia Review, she lives in Athens. The Hominine Egg is her first book.
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