Wolf Doctors

Wolf Doctors In Wolf Doctors Sara Woods first full length collection of poetry we find cities that have transformed into girls but who perhaps would like to transform back once again into cities We find lovers

  • Title: Wolf Doctors
  • Author: Sara June Woods
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Wolf Doctors, Sara Woods first full length collection of poetry, we find cities that have transformed into girls, but who perhaps would like to transform back once again into cities We find lovers in a forehead shaped grove, next to a forehead shaped lake, touching their foreheads together, endlessly We find rampaging herds of bulls that desperately love that which tIn Wolf Doctors, Sara Woods first full length collection of poetry, we find cities that have transformed into girls, but who perhaps would like to transform back once again into cities We find lovers in a forehead shaped grove, next to a forehead shaped lake, touching their foreheads together, endlessly We find rampaging herds of bulls that desperately love that which they trample to death.

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    About "Sara June Woods"

    1. Sara June Woods

      Sara June Woods is a writer poet designer something something artist transsexual She lives in Oregon right now, but she has also lived in Chicago, Toronto, Nashville and Indiana She is the author and designer of three books of writing, Careful Mountain out from Civil Coping Mechanisms this coming May , Sara or the Existence of Fire and Wolf Doctors Her work is widely published in literary magazines including Gulf Coast, Salt Hill, Denver Quarterly, Puerto del Sol, Washington Square, Columbia Poetry Review, Guernica, Shabby Doll House and elsewhere Sara now publishes work under the name Moss Angel.

    224 thoughts on “Wolf Doctors”

    1. "Russ Woods knows what it means to witness your own wilderness."Carrie Lorig, author of NODS RUSS IS ONE OF MY SOULMATES. I HAVE 135. RUSS IS ONE OF 12 WITH BEARDS. BUT HIS IS THE ONLY BEARD I HAVE SEEN A TURNPIKE COME OUT OF. IT WAS A TURNPIKE BLOSSOMING BIRDS WITH WOLF NECKS. IT WAS TURNPIKE BLOSSOMING MASKS THAT TURNED INTO SONGS AND THE FEELING I ALWAYS HAVE READING WITH RUSS. POWER IS TENDER. THIS POETRY IS TENDER AND EXTRAORDINARY. I LOVE THE SEA.


    2. Russ is such a kind light hearted fun guy so I expected his first book (with a spine) to be a lot of fun, a trip, something kind of crazy and wacky that would make me laugh and feel great. Wolf Doctors made me feel that way, in fact there were several times that I laughed out loud. But there was this whole other layer there that I didn't expect once I started reading his work in bulk as opposed to a few poems here and there online. There is a darkness to a lot of it, a darkness mixed with this f [...]


    3. This is like when you watch old cartoons and they all seem to take place in a universe that's bleak and existential and you wish there was more poetry in them and then you read poetry and you wish it was more like a cartoon and then you read this and it's like, oh, okay, good.


    4. My friends bought me this book as a gag gift because I like wolves and I was starting medical school. We ended up taking turns reading aloud from it all night because we loved it so much. This is a great book.


    5. This is a book that defies analysis, which is perhaps one reason I loved it so much. These poems are funny and cool and beautiful, often employing a James Tate-esque narrative surrealism/free association. There are men with dog-arms, men who are houses who also star in plays, George Clooney's secret twin, and you, always you, the center around which the speaker's love spins and spins. Do you even realize what your hair does to her?Just go read these poems already.




    6. Russ Woods, now known as Sara June Woods, does a lot of strange and exciting things in Wolf Doctors. The poems reminded me of Russell Edson at times and the prose had a dreamy feel like MTV-era Barry Yourgrau. But both had its own stamp of "Woods-ian" melancholy. I'm excited to see what she does next. Also--cool collage cover (Sara also does great collage art). moonbearsz/


    7. Sara is probably my favorite poet. I quote parts of this book out loud sometimes, and always get a kick out of reading it to friends. Hilarious and amazing. Her new works are even more amazing, so be sure to check out her other chapbooks and releases.


    8. I don't read a lot of poetry, but I was pulled in by Russ Wood's bizarre humor. Really excellent train read that surprised me with its odd approach and moments of poignancy.



    9. "Within the first two months of its operation, the facility went through a really bad breakup & spent most of its time in its dorm room writing a concept album about cats."


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