Of Covenants

· Whitepoint Press
4 reviews

About this ebook

Of Covenants considers the ways we name and structure experience, creating contracts through our legal, religious, and linguistic systems until we are caught in a web of shifting signification, a system in which we "submit to consensus" but "did not participate in the building of this consensus."
4 reviews
A Google user
I liked it and I think it neat how it was formatted on the page. I thought her poems were interesting. If she comes out with another collection I will probably check it out.
A Google user
It is hard to review poetry like Kubasta wrote. One day I read a poem and love it. The next day I don't. This is the power of the authors work. It feels forced often and fluid at other times. It is a work of art that begs to be looked at.
A Google user
I found much of this difficult to understand and relate to (probably a fault of youthful inexperience), but there were definitely some segments that were powerful and made me think about topics in new ...

About the author

Originally from Wautoma, a small town in central Wisconsin, C. Kubasta graduated from Wells College, when it was still a women's college, and the University of Notre Dame with an MFA in Creative Writing. She is the author of several chapbooks, the poetry collection All Beautiful & Useless, and the novella Girling. She lives, teaches, and writes in Wisconsin where she is often inspired by the rural, the bodies we inhabit, the subtexts of relationships & our selves.

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