Lisa Fay Coutley received her MA (nonfiction) and MFA (poetry) from Northern Michigan University, where she was poetry editor for Passages North, and she completed her PhD in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Utah, where she was poetry editor for Quarterly West. She is an assistant editor for Linebreak and is an annual editor/judge for Black Lawrence Press’s Black River Chapbook Competition. At present, she is teaching at the University of Oregon as their visiting assistant professor of poetry writing, and in fall she will join the University of Nebraska at Omaha Writer’s Workshop as an assistant professor of poetry.
Sorrow and the Feminine in Three Experimental Texts
Kristina Marie Darling reviews recent collections by Lisa Fay Coutley, Anne Boyer, and Suzanne Scanlon....