all these urban fields
poems by loisa fenichell
Loisa Fenichell’s poems are fierce and precise, tiny daggers that will cut a hole in what you know to reveal inner layers to hunger, yearning, and the body’s transformations. The questing spirit who inhabits these pages goes on wandering and observing, while the poems, like finely-calibrated instruments, chart the delicate weather of emotions as these develop and change within the context of human relationships. Earthy yet numinous, made vivid with the details of lived experience yet made urgent by a romantic yearning for transcendence, this radiant collection will seize the reader from its first words and hold fast.
about the author
Loisa Fenichell is into rooftops, and balconies, and finding warmth wherever she can in the rather strange metropolis (NYC) she now finds herself living in. She attended SUNY Purchase, where she studied Creative Writing and Literature. Her work can be found in various publications, both online and in print, such as Winter Tangerine Review, Electric Cereal, The Rising Phoenix, Boston Accent Lit, Gandy Dancer, Italics Mine, Pink Monkey Magazine, Bottlecap Press (online blog), and Porridge Magazine. Her website is at https://www.loisafenichell.com
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