CHAPMAN- LIGHT THICKENS
CHAPMAN- LIGHT THICKENS- "Reading Elizabeth Biller Chapman's poems is like inhaling draught after draught of perfume, except instead of becoming numb, your sense of smell sharpens. 'Razor clams lie in the cold,creamed honey of their shells.'For pure luxe of language, no one is more adept. Chapman's imagery is stunning." Enid Shomer
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