Gallery Withheld

Jennifer Met
ISBN: 978-0-9975805-4-9
30 pages

In Gallery Withheld, Jennifer Met offers a sequence of concrete poems that explore the complexity of modern life. Identity, family, science, art, love, and death all come under Met's sharp gaze. These poems balance their heavy subjects with a quiet humor that asks, when the facades are removed, when the gallery is stripped from the art, what remains? According to Met's poems, what remains is our fundamental humanness.

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Sample poem from Gallery Withheld:


please share why on our anniversary you make breakfast fresh squeezed juice and more kisses oh I say as our kitchen knife cutting the orange seeds in half
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Jennifer Met lives in a small town in North Idaho with her husband and children. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee, a finalist for Nimrod's Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry, and winner of the Jovanovich Award. Recent work is published or forthcoming in Gravel, Gulf Stream, Harpur Palate, Juked, Kestrel, Moon City Review, Nimrod, Sleet Magazine, Tinderbox, and Zone 3, among other journals.