Wreck Me

Wreck Me

Wreck Me is a primer of emotional violence—a primer because, as these unassumingly gorgeous poems know so well, we can only be beginners when we confront our wish to be seized, transported, remade.”
—James Longenbach

“Entrancing… Sally Ball leaves no line unelectrified.”
—Laura Kasischke

“The world of Wreck Me is dominated by separating forces, a desert world full of space. Its dilations and ebbings are equally stunning.” —Ron Slate, On the Seawall

“While reading Sally Ball’s poetry, one asks questions about the place of poetry and science as investigative techniques–and that is why Sally Ball always makes my list as one of the most interesting and important young poets working in the U.S.” —Scott Hightower, Fogged Clarity

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Annus Mirabilis

Annus Mirabilis

Winner of the Barrow Street Press Poetry Prize, Selected by Ellen Bryant Voigt

“Haunted agitation and desire are made clear and forceful…”
—Robert Pinsky, Washington Post Book World

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