What Mothers Withhold by Elizabeth Kropf (Jan.-Feb. 2021)
Join us for our winter blog tour for Elizabeth Kropf’s What Mothers Withhold, published by Finishing Line Press in January 2021.
The poems of “what mothers withhold” are songs of brokenness and hope in a mother’s voice, poems of the body in its fierceness and failings. Elizabeth Kropf’s poems revel in peeling back silence, and invite us to witness a complicated and traumatic world that is also filled with love.
–Cindy Huyser, poet and editor, author of “Burning Number Five: Power Plant Poems.”
With these visceral poems, poet and mother Elizabeth Kropf has composed a chant of the vocabulary of vulnerability. From fertility to conception to birth—or not—and into motherhood, Kropf’s recounting of her experiences compels the reader to enter and acknowledge the power of what mothers endure and withhold.
–Anne McCrady, author of Letting Myself In and Along Greathouse Road
About the Author:
Elizabeth Kropf earned her Master of Arts in Creative Writing from Perelandra College and is widely published in literary publications, including The Texas Poetry Calendar, The Penwood Review, and Windhover: A Journal of Christian Literature. A dream called her from California to Texas where she now lives with her husband and daughters.
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Pre-Orders Available at Finishing Line Press.
Blog Tour Schedule:
Jan. 7: The Book Lover’s Boudoir (Review)
Jan. 7: Review Tales by Jeyran Main (Interview)
Jan. 12: Unconventional Quirky Bibliophile (Review)
Jan. 14: Review Tales by Jeyran Main (Review)
Jan. 20: Wall-to-Wall Books (Review)
Jan 25: Musings of a Bookish Kitty (Review)
Jan. 27: Diary of an Eccentric (Guest Post)
Feb. 11: Diary of an Eccentric (Review)
Feb. 23: Suko’s Notebook (Guest Post)
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