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>>In Nicole Trigg's writing, the personal, the political, and the colloquial exist in always-shifting relations to one another--at times one is clearly the other; at times their conflation is the primary problem. Both autobiographical and imaginary, unhurried and urgent, the contrasts and differentiations located in and between these poems become the "slats" of the title in at least one essential way: they let the light of the outside in.<<
>>Nicole Trigg lives in Oakland. She is the author of two chapbooks, Double Cup and Slats. Recent writing is published in Macaroni Necklace, 580 Split, Monday Night, and the Featherboard Writing Series release "Crossing Paths." She will be returning to school in the fall of 2016 to study Italian feminism.<<