The Magic Of Isaura Ren’s Poetry

A review of the chapbook Interlucent

Zach Klebaner
Dec 29, 2020 · 2 min read
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If you’re in search of poetry that kicks and yelps and loves and dawns, you are in luck.

Reading Ren is a delight. These poems should be required reading for anyone looking to advance their own poetics.

Isaura is a mythical force operating within the dichotomies that guard our lives.

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Zach Klebaner

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Writer, comedian, and general bullshitter in the business of growth. For inquiries, email me at zach.klebaner@gmail.com

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A publication for all things publishing, writing, and reading: news, resources, information, reviews, and creative writing.

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