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The Girl Who Became a Rabbit

The Girl Who
Became a Rabbit

Hub City Press, September 2024

Winner of the 2023 New Southern Voices Poetry Prize

 

The Girl Who Became a Rabbit is a book-length lyric, a dark, ruminative poem that pushes the limits of the prose-poetic form to explore how the body carries and shapes grief and what it means to tell a story. It’s Alice Notley’s feminist epic replayed as surrealist fable hallucinations; it’s Louise Bourgeois as biologist; it’s Leonora Carrington at the mirror.

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ARCs Available for The Girl Who Became a Rabbit

April 2024

Advance reader copies are now available for reviewers and booksellers upon request.

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Handoffs and Hurdles: Managing the Communication Relay of Collection Development

April 2024

Blog post for the American Association of Law Libraries on Relations with Information Vendors

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January 2024

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The Seventh Wave

Editing and Librarianship Project

 

The Seventh Wave is a literary organization and journal. Emilie serves as the Senior Poetry Editor and Librarian for The Seventh Wave. Learn More

The Gretel

Creative Resource

 

A visual library guide to gently haunted topics. Here, find the slightly wild and folkloric, the metamorphosed and transfigured, the world of slant angle and jagged line. Learn More

Creative Library Resources

Library Guide

 

Resources for creative writers on the tools available to them through public, academic, and online libraries that can help support their creative practices. Learn More

Creative Information Seeking

Library Science Research

 

Original research examining the information seeking behavior and visual studies engagement of creative writers. Completed for MSLS thesis. Learn More

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