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Poetry. "In these remarkable and haunting poems, the figure of the child hovers between animal and human, between the socialized world of first persons and an other world"--Julie Carr. Poetry. "In these remarkable and haunting poems, the figure of the child hovers between animal and human, between the socialized world of first persons and an other world"--Julie Carr.


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Poetry. "In these remarkable and haunting poems, the figure of the child hovers between animal and human, between the socialized world of first persons and an other world"--Julie Carr. Poetry. "In these remarkable and haunting poems, the figure of the child hovers between animal and human, between the socialized world of first persons and an other world"--Julie Carr.

36 review for Little Red Riding Hood Missed the Bus

  1. 5 out of 5

    Louise

    Abraham is a poet who understands the virtue of cutting close to the bone, as well as the dangers inherent in such a practice. After all, she reminds us, “the more we touch it, the more it spreads”. Here is a poet with “two reds on the inside”, who is smart enough to recognize that in the slippery realm of feminine defiance, she’s both the hunter and the hunted; and who possesses an abundance of wily talent, because in her hands, the reader becomes that too.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Awesome poems that grapple with the innocence and violence that is Little Red Hiding Hood. Added bonus: this book is gorgeous. I expect to see many more fabulous books from this upcoming innovative poet.

  3. 5 out of 5

    J. A.

    "As Subito Press’s first competition winner in poetry, Kristin Abraham’s Little Red Riding Hood Missed the Bus sets the bar extremely high for future volumes, tangling the standard versions of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ around contemporary culture and through surreal landscapes to form a poetry collection of ghosts and blood and snow, a re-envisioned and re-invigorated fairy tale." Read the full review at PANK: http://www.pankmagazine.com/pankblog/... "As Subito Press’s first competition winner in poetry, Kristin Abraham’s Little Red Riding Hood Missed the Bus sets the bar extremely high for future volumes, tangling the standard versions of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ around contemporary culture and through surreal landscapes to form a poetry collection of ghosts and blood and snow, a re-envisioned and re-invigorated fairy tale." Read the full review at PANK: http://www.pankmagazine.com/pankblog/...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    Another beautifully haunting chapter.

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