caroline grand-clement's sun of daedalus / song of anticlea pierces the ephemeral space between fantasy & reality, dreams & waking, love & pain. this collection soars skyward, urgent yet unconcerned with its mortality, existing only for now, for this, for you.
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Wolves stalk the margins of every love story in Caroline Grand-Clement’s sun of daedalus / song of anticlea. Her poems flawlessly intertwine the language of fantasy with images grounded in realism, shape-shifting hair and throats full of snakes painted just as vividly as rotten peaches and cinnamon jelly beans. This evocative chapbook will invite you to share in both bloody pain and pastel joy in a beautifully-crafted rollercoaster. MP Armstrong, author of who lives like this for such a cheap price (Flower Press, 2021)
sun of daedalus / song of anticlea by Caroline Grand-Clement is a striking collection of 21st century poetry that brings feverish sensation to the fore as it immerses the reader in the safety, solitude, and compulsion of its author... Grand-Clement's collection can truly be summed up as an amalgamation of temporal wandering that forces the reader to question if they, too, may find a "drunken soul to sit in the street with" amidst this tumultuous postmodernity. A.R. Salandy, Co-Editor-in-Chief of Fahmidan Journal & Fahmidan & Co. Publishing
sun of daedalus / song of anticlea locks a creative and honest eye on the mythology of intimacy. How it's forever returning from war or flying too close to the sun. And I think anyone who's ever been in love can relate when Grand-Clement writes, "it's been a hard year this week." Lannie Stabile, author of Strange Furniture (Neon Hemlock Press, 2020)