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Katy Giebenhain

Katy Giebenhain edits the Poetry + Theology rubric for Seminary Ridge Review. She holds an MA degree from the University of Baltimore and an MPhil in Creative Writing from University of South Wales (Glamorgan). Her poems have appeared in Appalachian Journal, Prairie Schooner, Down to the Dark River: Contemporary Poems about the Mississippi River, Tokens for the Foundlings, The London Magazine and elsewhere. After several years in Germany, Giebenhain now lives in Pennsylvania.

Books by Katy Giebenhain

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Sharps Cabaret: Poems
By author: Katy Giebenhain
Product Code: P543
ISBN: 9780881466140
Product Format: Paperback / softback
Availability: In stock.
Price:  $16.00
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The moving targets of identity are not always dramatic or final. SHARPS CABARET brings us ex-expatriate poems. They enter—in one way or another—once-familiar territory. Here, when re-crossing oceans, streets, supermarket aisles, or exam rooms, the trip is always a trip. Something is always at stake. In SHARPS CABARET, Giebenhain handles the underestimated and overlooked with good-natured force. From horseshoe-pitching in a war zone to Mary the Mother of God speaking from an icon, from reading graffiti in a Prague restaurant to American health insurers acting like highway bandits, from the startling cleanliness of German windows to the introduction of the patron saint of the world’s most confusingly-named disease, here’s a collection that urges us to look again.