Carol Hobbs’s collection New-found-land, available through Main Street Rag Press, explores the beauty and risk of that island. Her poems delve into emigration and life as an outsider longing for home and a native returning. In manuscript form, this book was the winner of a New England PEN Discovery Prize. Hobbs’s recent poems look to what remains in the wake of climate crisis and global pandemic. She teaches English and creative writing in Hudson, Massachusetts. Her work appears in many publications including The Antigonish Review, Appalachian Heritage, Cider Press Review, The Fiddlehead, Lily Poetry Review, The Malahat Review, and Pendemics.
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