Monday, March 23, 2009

New chapbook by Tiff Dressen

And an answer to my recent mermaid post?

/a song for the body water chamber/

a pair of salt water/lungs for the under water/choir

[not original spacing]

Tiff Dressen's life long goal is the synchronization of her left and right brain. When not consumed by this you can often find her peregrinating between Oakland and Berkeley . She is the author of a chapbook Keeper (from Woodland Editions) and two chapbooks books of poetry As deer in aurora Borealis and other poems from the astral bestiary and Fugue: for Alan Turing (from Jaybird McQueen's, stealthy elf press). Some of her poems, reviews & essays have appeared or are forthcoming in 26: a journal of poetry and poetics, Five Fingers Review, Xanthippe, New American Writing & Outside Voices Anthology. She is one of the curator's of the Canessa Park Poetry Series <> , travels to the Cyclades as often as possible. During the day Tiff works for a physical chemist in UC Berkeley's Institute for Quantitative Biosciences <> . She's member/editor at Kelsey Street Press.

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