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Celia Bland

Celia Bland’s poetry has appeared recently in Shenandoah and in Borderlands Review. She teaches at Bard College and at Greenhaven Correctional Facility.


Poems that challenge the reader to some speedy catch-me-if-you-can linguistic play.

Celia Bland
Poems told by a little girl who exposes her dominating relatives.
Celia Bland
Poems that sit alongside Baudelaire, Walter Benjamin, and Gilles Deleuze.
Celia Bland

With Frederick Seidel, some readers will recoil. Others will be seduced by a voice that finds its power in accumulated detail.

Celia Bland

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