“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.
He has scribbled black Crayola all over his face, a mask he grins through with a front tooth missing. He announces he is now Captain Baby Pants and that he has no super powers, but I beg to differ. He has strength enough to stretch me into previously unmarked territory: my personal Antipodes, cluttered with…