/ Klaudz / by Mary Buchinger

/ Klaudz /

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“Each poem in Mary Buchinger’s / klaʊdz /, is a meditation in which shapes of thought enter the mind and then recede—  as if gazing at a solitary cloud forming into an image always a breath away from dissolving. These wondrously challenging poems are definitional yet amorphous, terse, yet expansive. They are stunning helixes of sound and language twisting together and scattering, thinning and thickening like a congregation of starlings. And like starlings, they are eerily beautiful— and in flight.”

Regie Gibson, author of Storms Beneath The Skin 

About the Author

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Mary Buchinger is the author of e i n f ü h l u n g/in feeling (Main Street  Rag, 2018), Aerialist (Gold Wake, 2015, finalist for the May Swenson  Poetry Award, semifinalist for The Journal /Wheeler and Perugia Press  Prizes), Navigating the Reach (forthcoming, Salmon Poetry), and Virology  (forthcoming, Lily Poetry Review Books). She grew up in rural Michigan,  volunteered in Ecuador for the Peace Corps, earned a doctorate in linguistics from Boston University. President of the New England Poetry Club and  professor at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences,  she lives in Cambridge with her husband, dog, and cats.