Sharon Kunde’s poetry explores the limitations and possibilities of material embodiment in the context of motherhood and earth breakdown. Musical and intricate, its lines fuse allusion with earthiness, rage with humor. Dancing Girl Press recently published her chapbook, Year of the Sasquatch.
Let's set out into the salt mist, my gnarled and everlasting hand at the world's unsteady helm.
Here or Somewhere Else, or, The Grain Silo
My poem “Here or Somewhere Else, or, The Grain Silo” in Cincinnati Review.