The Madness Vase by Andrea Gibson

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These poems’ topics range from hate crimes to playgrounds, from international conflict to hometowns, from falling in love to the desperation of loneliness. Gibson’s work seizes us by the collar and hauls us inside some of her darkest moments, then releases us out the other side.

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Andrea Gibson is not gentle with her truths. A powerful live performer Gibson is the winner of the 2008 Women's World Poetry Slam, and has placed 3rd in world on two International Poetry Slam stages. Andrea's first book, POLE DANCING TO GOSPEL HYMNS won the DIY Poetry Book of the Year and was nominated for the prestigious PUSHCART PRIZE.Gibson has been showcased on FREE SPEECH TV, THE BBC, AIR AMERICA, CSPAN, NPR, and was featured in the documentary SLAM PLANET. She has released four full-length albums and tours over 180 dates/year.Gibson's work illuminates that the personal is political wit
Published April 22, 2014 by Write Bloody Publishing. 100 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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