“If Coleridge, Plath, Ovid, and Celan started a love commune where they built a manifesto Molotov cocktail out of the pastoral, eros, blank verse, and kitsch: it would be this book. A true original, thrilling in her brash complex feminism and virtuosic in sound and line, Simonds writes of the lives and desires trod upon by late capitalism and poetry.”
—Carmen Giménez Smith, 2015 Akron Poetry Prize judge
About the author
Read a review of Further Problems with Pleasure on Jacket2.