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In Green-Wood, the author wanders Brooklyn's famous nineteenth-century cemetery, where the burial ground becomes a portal through which she can explore her own trauma after September 11, and uncover the historical and national traumas leading up to that event. For the author, Green-Wood becomes not only a place of death, but also survival in the midst of death. Green-Wood bears witness to the ways in which people and things are entangled with one another in vast nets of connection.
About the Author
ALLISON COBB is also the author of After We All Died; Plastic: an autobiography; and Born2. She was a finalist for the National Poetry Series and Oregon Book Award. She works for the Environmental Defense Fund and lives in Portland, Oregon.