Set against a backdrop of big cities and small towns, the Midwest, the Pacific Northwest, as well as the orchards of Krewer’s native rural Georgia, Born-Again Anything is a keen and honest look at the American coming-of-age journey. Krewer’s eye is fresh and her subjects varied: cornfields, supermarkets, collard greens, and animals in silent movies. And always in these poems, Krewer is looking at us, people who wander through our lives carrying unknown stories. These poems give voices to the people we pass every day without much thought. Krewer’s talent lies in her ability to show us who we are, in sympathy, and without judgment.
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Published by Texas Review Press