"Not only is T. Clear's A House, Undone the most downright enjoyable book of poetry I've read in a good while, it's also got me seriously stirred about house and home. These poems turn personal loss and uprootedness into a highly contagious empathy for those whose dwellings we couldn't call houses. This poet has me laughing out loud then achingly sad and outraged by quick turns through her pages. The book is so right for this American moments, the the truth is, it's right for all history, everywhere.
--Jed Myers, author of Watching the Perseids and The Marriage of Space and Time
"Clear is a master of the image, the narrative arc, and the details of a story. Well-crafted, engaging, and constructed with meticulous care, A House, Undone becomes the beautiful architecture for poetry, where we live in a house of words on 'a bed littered with leaves,/starlight for a roof.'"
--Kelli Russell Agodon, author of Dialogues with Rising Tides (Copper Canyon Press)
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