The Tulip-Flame

The Tulip Flame Winner of the Cleveland State University Poetry Center First Book Prize selected and with a foreword by Tracy K Smith

Winner of the 2013 Cleveland State University Poetry Center First Book Prize, selected and with a foreword by Tracy K Smith

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    Chloe Honum
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    Published :2018-03-01T19:50:52+00:00

One thought on “The Tulip-Flame

  1. Jason M.

    There is beauty upon beauty in this book. Chloe handles every line with subtlety and confidence. Just read the thing.

  2. Mehnaz

    Beautiful, elegant, and insight-rich. Every poem is a mix of space and emotion. I loved each piece. The poems are no longer than a page and they are musical. A very readable collection that moves as much as it surprises.

  3. Leah

    Grief concisely alive in the outdoors. Stunning choices, a succinct haunt. A gorgeous, cohesive collection.

  4. THE TORONTO QUARTERLY

    Hi, Everyone! Please check out my interview with poet Chloe Honum as we discuss her debut collection The Tulip-Flame (Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 2014). Read the interview and 3 poem excerpt on my TTQ Blog now. thetorontoquarterly.c

  5. Laura

    For me, all the poems sounded alike. I remember almost nothing and I just finished it. There were just a few memorable phrases, but not even one poem that stood out as distinctly original, insightful, or delightful.

  6. Jerrod

    Exacting verse, both technically and thematically. Burned through this in a subway ride, and then again on the ride back. A book to lose oneself in

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