Elizabeth Hazen's New Poem, "Monarch", Published by Shenandoah Magazine
This page was made in order to redirect to the Shenandoah website HERE where you might read Elizabth Hazen's sublime new poem, "Monarch." Below, is a link to read more about her first poetry collection, Chaos Theories, and lower still on the page is a collection of links to other poems and essays she has written which we host natively on the ASP website.
Shenandoah is a magazine which maintains an important place in the modern American literary landscape. Its unique history involves the likes of Tom Wolfe and even E.E. Cummings. You can read more about Shenandoah HERE.
"Fully embracing what the lyric mode does best, Hazen provides the readers with brief, intense poems that preserve a suspended moment in time, attempting to record the thought processes and emotions of the speaker much like tree rings reveal drought, heat, and age. With astonishing clarity and concision, Hazen explores the mysteries of our realities—which are ultimately beholden to entropy." —Charlotte Pence, Kenyon Review
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Lessons From a Turtle by Elizabeth Hazen Once at the National Zoo, I watched a pair of giant tortoises copulating, the sound that emanated from their habitat like a sleeper’s distress in the midst of a confusing dream. My son wondered what the matter was. All of the children wondered, the older ones with a […]
Waiting for Maxwell’s Demon by Elizabeth Hazen My father is a geophysicist. As a child, I spent many hours on road trips to remote quarries where we would hike to an outcrop and spend hours splitting rocks, searching for fossils. While in retrospect I am grateful for these unique experiences, my younger self – and […]