Apollo | Melissa Ginsburg
Through these deftly woven poems Melissa Ginsburg’s Apollo maps a constellation of minds in orbit—celestial, human, machine—while brushing Greek mythology and sociopolitical commentary along the way. The voices within are magnetized, fueled with a rich longing as they explore the deceptions of perspective and the permeability of truth. Expect all the glitter Ginsburg is known for: wry humor, intense lyricism, provocative musing.
Hand-set and letterpress printed; stitched with Trebizond silk thread into Canson Ingres endpapers.
28 pages, 5 x 9 inches
Edition of 75
Melissa Ginsburg is the author of the novels The House Uptown and Sunset City, the poetry collection Dear Weather Ghost, and two poetry chapbooks, Arbor and Double Blind. A second poetry collection, Doll Apollo, will be published in 2022 by LSU Press. Her poems have appeared in the New Yorker, Guernica, Kenyon Review, Fence, Southwest Review, and other magazines. She is Associate Professor of Creative Writing and Literature at the University of Mississippi, and serves as Associate Editor of Tupelo Quarterly.
Our gratitude to the Chapman Cultural Center for providing funding toward the production of this book.
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