“I marvel at these poems. From the opening lines of the collection, Issa Lewis deftly performs her theme, illuminating for the reader how life stitches us into place and how memory coheres in the material world once we’re gone.” –Joanna Penn Cooper, author of What Is a Domicile
Learn more about Issa M. Lewis’s professional life, poetics, and publications.
Issa M. Lewis’s first collection of poetry, published by Finishing Line Press.
A CIRCLE CAN’T HAVE CORNERS unless one stands with one foot on either side of the line, facing true north (or whatever your faith tells you to be true in the absence of a compass) in which case you may feel one foot become distinctly warmer, and you will be faced with a decision…