Renee Emerson’s Where Nothing Can Grow is a collection of poetry sure to keep readers captive. In this collection of 20 poems, Emerson evokes an array of personal images that are sure to connect with us all. Emerson’s calm voice and attention to detail create a world away from the city, where the grass is tall and every quiet moment counts.
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Renee Emerson earned her M.F.A. in poetry from Boston University, where she also received the Academy of American Poets Prize in 2009. She is the author of two chapbooks, Something Like Flight (Sargent Press, 2010) and The Whitest Sheets (Maverick Duck Press, 2010). She served as contributing editor for The Basilica Review, an online poetry magazine, and currently reviews poetry books and literary magazines for Newpages.com. Renee lives in Louisville, KY.