Salt Chorus leads readers on an evocative journey ranging from deep in a garden to out in the cosmos. In her poetry debut, Dominique Rossi weaves haunting imagery to honor connections between humans and wilderness. Rossi explores themes including trauma, identity, and resilience with grace and reverence.
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This was a stunning debut collection. Powerful, haunting, and beautifully written. There were pieces that were delicate in nature and wrapped in wonder, and while others seemed to be read in demand. Can a poem ask its reader for such a thing? To reread the piece over, more fiercely?
If a chapbook could demand such a thing, then I cannot wait to read more of this poet's work. Well done!
About the Author
Dominique Rossi is an attorney and political advisor. She has previously worked as a journalist and a domestic violence survivor advocate. Her articles have appeared in magazines including Bitch, Adbusters, and Northwest Travel. Rossi’s hobbies include international travel, reading and embroidery. Originally from Chicago, she now lives in the Pacific Northwest with her partner, dogs, and chickens.
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