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Review: Crixia by Megan Hudgins (reviewed by Sean L. Corbin)

Check out this great review of Megan Hudgin’s new chapbook. She’s representing SIUE real proper like!

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cover-w-smaller-fontCrixa, poems

By Megan Hudgins

(winner of the 2014 Two of Cups Press chapbook contest)

28 Pages

Two of Cups Press, 2015

$12.00

https://twoofcupspress.wordpress.com/titles/


In Crixa (Two of Cups Press), Megan Hudgins twists sensuality, artificiality, lost innocence, the creation of life, and relationships into a collection of fresh yet familiar statements on femininity and the various sinews that connect different moments and thoughts into a single meaningful web – or, better yet, a warren – called life.

Hudgins displays a strong eye for different poetic shapes and forms, and how theme and content can affect (and be affected) by those more aesthetic choices. Poems hinging on allusions to Watership Down (where the collection’s title originates) stand side-by-side with descriptions of Eduardo Kac’s famous bioluminescent rabbit Alba, explorations of adolescent sexual awakenings, and emotional explications of Wolfgang Tillmans’s Freischwimmer print series. So too do poems built from couplets…

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