The Rorschach Factory

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Straw Gate, 2006 - Poetry - 86 pages
Poetry. "Valerie Fox's idiosyncratic and often hilarious poems, with their playful shifts of syntax and thought, are shadowed over by a mysterious grace.. [Here is] a guide to seeing the world in a new and brilliant way. This is a poetry of multiple pleasures and surprises, rigorous to the core yet forever blissful"-Lewis Warsh. Fox has lived and traveled around the world, teaching at several colleges and universities including Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan. She is a founding co-editor of 6ix. She is currently Visiting Professor in the Department of English and Philosophy at Drexel University in her home state of Pennsylvania and now resides in New Jersey.

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Contents

THE ONE WHO LEAVES
25
ACCOMPLICE
45
Contents Emmas
51
Cyclorama of the World
52
Will Support the Government After
55
In a World
56
Mine Shaft
57
How to Sell Marchs History of the World
62
A Long Time Ago
72
This accident death
73
Never Enough Charles Dickens
75
Life at the Rorschach Factory
77
The Authorized Short Life
78
Twenty Days Gone
80
Soul to Self
81
A Forgetting Game
82

UNREST
65
Asleep
67
The Unrest
69
Property Plot for The Voyeurs Handbook
70
Tennessee Williams during the
83
The Baptist Missionary to Africa
84
In the front seat
86
Copyright

About the author (2006)

Valerie Fox received her M.A. in poetry in 1986 from Temple University, and her Ph.D. (English) from Binghamton University in 1990. Her most recent book of poems is Bundles of Letters, Including A, V and Epsilon, a compilation written with Arlene Ang and published by Texture Press. The Rorschach Factory was published in 2005 by Straw Gate Press. Amnesia, or, Ideas for Movies, was published by Texture Press in 1993. Her poems have appeared in numerous journals, including The World, Hanging Loose, West Branch, Phoebe, Printed Matter, No Roses Review, Poems Niederngasse, 5 Trope, Feminist Studies, and The Painted Bride Quarterly. She was one of the founding editors of 6ix magazine, a Philadelphia-based literary magazine. Currently she is a Visiting Professor in the Department of English and Philosophy at Drexel University, in Philadelphia, PA. She currently edits the magazine Press 1, www.leafscape.org/press1, which features poetry, fiction, opinion, and photography.

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