SSR #10 of 15: We Know What We Are

17 Jul

Today’s single sentence review: Mary Hamilton’s We Know What We Are, which is such a pearl and so beautiful to hold. You should get one from Rose Metal Press.

Mary Hamilton gives you day dreams of intense precision and clarity, where fruit bats and songbirds heckle and memories of Bull Shannon lurk in dark corners; she takes a magnifying glass to your skin, and shows you how large the little things can be and how much of yourself you haven’t seen.

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  1. Literary Links | Chicago Subtext - July 21, 2011

    […] We Know What We Are by Mary Hamilton gets a little love. […]

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