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The Cincinnati Review on Nancy Chen Long's "Reverberation"

From Cincinnati Review Editorial Assistant Taylor Byas:

Nancy Chen Long’s poem “Reverberation” (Issue 16.2) fights back against silence and erasure. The poem’s title points toward the resonance of sound, and this is exactly what Chen Long’s words do: even in stillness the music of her language ripples across the page.

Read on at The Cincinnati Review & order a copy of Nancy's latest collection Wider than the Sky, which includes "Reverberation."

Nancy Chen Long is the author of Light into Bodies (University of Tampa Press, 2017), winner of the Tampa Review Prize for Poetry, as well as the chapbook Clouds as Inkblots for the War Prone (Red Bird Chapbooks, 2013). She is the recipient of a National Endowment of the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship. Her work was selected as the winner of the 2019 Poetry Society of America Robert H. Winner Award and featured in Poetry Daily, Verse Daily, and Indiana Humanities. She works at Indiana University in the Research Technologies division.


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