Los Angeles poet Wanda Coleman charges all of her writing with high-voltage confrontational energy, and this, her seventh book from Black Sparrow, is no exception. The poems in "Bathwater Wine" demonstrate once again a controlled outrage, as well as wry political awareness, dark humor and heady sensuality.
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