Paula Bohince is the author of three poetry collections, all from Sarabande: Swallows and Waves (January 2016), The Children (2012), and Incident at the Edge of Bayonet Woods (2008). Her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Review of Books, Granta, POETRY, The TLS, The Irish Times, Australian Book Review, and elsewhere.
Paula Bohince on Her New Poetry Collection, “Swallows and Waves”
The sixty poems collected in Paula Bohince’s newest book were inspired by the scroll paintings and woodblock prints of Japan’s Edo period (1603 – 1868). One of them, “Mandarin Ducks and Snow-Covered Reeds,” Continue reading
Mandarin Ducks and Snow-Covered Reeds
When one dives, separate from her mate, death is mere illusion. She peers through water, assuring this. When the crippled reeds rehabilitate, begin their constant arc toward spring, pain seems impossible. Continue reading