Katie Schmid’s award-winning chapbook muses on masculinity from a scenic midwest memory. The pieces stitch together like a prayer: whispered at times, screamed in moments, and scathingly sacred. The portraits all seem vaguely familiar. The effect? I immediately started plotting a road-trip to find the midwest air.

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You can find this award-winning chapbook direct from Split Lip Press or from Amazon.  Follow Katie on Twitter @kt_schmid here.

 

This 50 word review is part of a series of short-form glimpses into contemporary works of poetry.   

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