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Whose House, Whose Playroom is a chapbook to savor. Each poem invites you into rooms with cloved oranges, mirrors, and “cupsful of evening” through voices that compel you to think about what it means to really look inward at the self and outward at the world as it moves through time. Virginia Smith Rice’s poems sing with wonderfully compelling, compassionate, and lyrical tonalities that pull you into the “raven-flamed hours” of memory.
–Tyler Mills,  author of Tongue Lyre


Virginia Smith Rice is the author of When I Wake It Will Be Forever (Sundress Publications, 2014) and the poetry chapbook, Whose House, Whose Playroom (Dancing Girl Press, 2017). Collaborative poems, co-written with Christine Pacyk, appear in They Said: A Multi-Genre Anthology of Contemporary Collaborative Writing (Black Lawrence Press, 2018), and are collected in the chapbook, The Internet Confirms How They Broke Down The Door, forthcoming in 2020 from Dancing Girl Press.

Whose House, Whose Playroom, a poetry chapbook by Virginia Smith Rice

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