Lisa Hiton’s Book Reviewed by Meg Fernandes

398943_10100779059290890_1574296033_nThe first review of Lisa Hiton (Poetry ’11)’s debut collection Afterfeast, has arrived! The book was reviewed in Harriet Books, Poetry Foundation’s portal for poetry-related news. The reviewer, Boston University alum Meg Fernandes (Poetry ’12), said of the book: “Lisa Hiton’s Afterfeast explores Mediterranean superstition, the spiritual complexities of Judaism, and the undersung erotics of lesbian intimacy with a daunting omniscience, moving from past to present, from real city to mythical terrain, from lyric speaker to shifting persona.” 

You can read the full review here.

Congratulations, Lisa!



One Comment

Gaz Hall posted on October 25, 2021 at 10:17 AM

That’s great news. Well done!

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