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by Kimberly Johnson

Author: Kimberly Johnson
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Persea (September 1, 2008)
Pages: 96 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.1
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Johnson's poetic style is the perfect combination of flow and depth. Her works flow as if they were sound poems, but they also maintain a strong thematic depth.

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Kimberly Johnson’s second collection, A Metaphorical God, is one of those rare collections you pick up by a new poet that leaves you, upon finishing, thoroughly excited about the possibilities of contemporary poetry. Johnson is a metaphysical poet, a fact clearly signaled by the poem titles (Odes, Psalms, Divinations, et. in the table of contents, but that doesn’t mean she’s doing the 17th Century again

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Kimberly Johnson’s most popular book is A Metaphorical God: Poems. Showing 30 distinct works. A Metaphorical God: Poems by. Kimberly Johnson.

Kimberly Johnson is a poet, translator, and literary critic. Her poems have appeared in many publications, including The New Yorker and Slate.

Persea Books Inc. ISBN-10. Kimberly Johnson is a poet, translator, and literary critic. She is the author of two previous poetry collections, Leviathan with a Hook and A Metaphorical God, and the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the NEA, the Utah Arts Counsel, and the Mellon Foundation.

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Kimberly Johnson - Kimberly Johnson was born on January 9, 1971, in Salt Lake City, Utah, and holds . Johnson is the author of three poetry collections: Uncommon Prayer (Persea Books, 2014), A Metaphorical God (Persea Books, 2008), and Leviathan with a Hook (Persea Books, 2002).

Kimberly Johnson - Kimberly Johnson was born on January 9, 1971, in Salt Lake City, Utah, and holds an MA from the Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars, a. .

She writes with Milton open at her elbow but with the real dirt of a real Utah under her fingertips. She writes with Milton open at her elbow but with the real dirt of a real Utah under her fingertips.

"Dazzling....She writes with Milton open at her elbow but with the real dirt of a real Utah under her fingertips."—The Yale ReviewNo poet writing today confronts the perplexities of the divine with more pizzazz than Kimberly Johnson. In A Metaphorical God, Johnson showcases her gifts for mining language for its hidden gems and its gospel ("my tongue is a fovent choir, / a cloven fire"), using what she unearths to delve deep into mysteries both epistemological and holy.