Christina Pacosz: How to Measure the Darkness

How to Measure the Darkness. Number 1 in Volume Three of our limited-edition Summer Kitchen Chapbook Series. We are honored to bring  more of Christina’s work into print. 

Cover image: antique indigo quilting fabric, Pennsylvania. Series design by Ron Mohring.

Published: July 10, 2012 [49 copies]
36 pages

Born and raised in Detroit by working-class Polish-American parents, Christina Pacosz’ poetry & writing has appeared in literary magazines, anthologies and online journals for half a century. A poet-in-the-schools and a North Carolina Visiting Artist, she has published several books of poetry; her chapbook, Notes from the Red Zone, originally published by Seal Press  in 1983, was selected as the inaugural winner of the ReBound Series by Seven Kitchens Press in 2009. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Order Christina’s chapbook here.

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