Wild for Life by Margot Wizansky

“With precise language and deep self-awareness Margot Wizansky writes her way through the aftermath of a near-fatal medical emergency that left her in a week-long coma and months of gradual rehabilitation. Her poems thoughtfully consider her family’s stunned love in crisis…the careful dance of redefining intimacy with her husband as her body and mind return to her…” Robbie Gamble

About the Author

Margot Wizansky’s poems have appeared online and in many journals
such as The American Journal of Poetry, Missouri Review, Bellevue Literary
Review, Ruminate, River Styx, Cimarron, and elsewhere. She edited
two anthologies: Mercy of Tides: Poems for a Beach House, and Rough
Places Plain: Poems of the Mountains. She won two residencies, one with
Writers@Work in Salt Lake City and also with Carlow University in
Sligo, Ireland. Margot is retired from a career developing housing for
adults with disabilities. She lives in Massachusetts.

Photo credit: David Wizansky

Wild for Life

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