In her first full-length collection of poems, The Wife of the Left Hand, the poet Nancy Kuhl explores the lyric possibilities found within the sometimes narrow space of the domestic interior, caught between the quotidian and the uncanny. In language that is by turns sensual and spare, elegant and oneiric, the images and music of this collection reveal and recast the daily ambiguities of living with others, the fragile arrangement all blue / at the seams, and the uncertain line between the hidden and the apparent, like a house / with its unswerving spine exposed. Nancy Kuhl's chapbook, In the Arbor, was winner of the Wick Poetry Chapbook Prize and was published by Kent State University Press. She is co-editor of Phylum Press, an independent publisher of invative poetry.
Nancy Kuhl is co-editor of Phylum Press, an independent publisher of innovative poetry, and is Assistant Curator of The Yale Collection of American Literature at The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.