Abigail Cloud’s book, Sylph, has been getting some good press lately.
Rebecca Dunham at Devil’s Lake says: “In poems that are imagistically and musically rich, Cloud considers the nature of love and desire—particularly desire’s attraction to that which is missing.” Read more.
NewPages glows: “…graceful, self-assured poems, beautifully executed with a tightly focused imagistic sensibility.” Read more.
OmniVerse published an insightful interview between David Koehn and Abigail Cloud about the work that goes into a finished book: “So, Sylph happened. [Laughs] It was a complete accident, really, that that happened. I hadn’t been intending to write a book that was organized around a specific thing, but I did…” Read more.