Friday, April 25, 2008

Still (Feminist) Poetry Month

The Poetry Archive writes of Vicki Feaver:
A central concern of her work is female creativity and its repression, how, beneath her learnt veneer of niceness, a woman can be seething with passionate hatred or love. The poems negotiate brilliantly between the two realities in a manner Matthew Sweeney has described as "domestic gothic".
I like her poem Marigolds, which you can read and hear here.

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