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The Bear’s Mouth

Laura Stott

$18.95

These are lyrical and exact poems of mother love, suffering, and exaltation. Their precision and emotional clarity make reading them an intimate and ultimately transcendent experience such as a book of poems can rarely provide.

Lynx House Press

$18.95 / 978-0-89924-199-9 / Pbk. / 80 pages (June 2024)

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The precision and emotional clarity of Stott’s lyrical and exact poems of mother love, suffering, and exaltation offer an intimate and ultimately transcendent experience rarely provided by a book of poems.

About the author:

Laura Stott is the author of two collections of poetry, Blue Nude Migration (Lynx House Press, 2020) and In the Museum of Coming and Going (New Issues, 2014). Her poems have also been published or are forthcoming in journals such as Bellingham Review, The Rupture, Barrow Street, Briar Cliff Review, Western Humanities Review, Sugar House Review, Copper Nickel, and Kettle Blue Review. She holds an MFA from Eastern Washington University and is an Instructor of English at Weber State University. She lives with her husband and daughters in northern Utah.

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