As the Raven-Haired Seer Enters Her Teenage Years, Two Slightly Older Girls in Town Are Tortured and Killed by Their Neighbor,
Who Allegedly Commits Suicide in Jail Immediately After His Arrest
Fox Frazier-Foley is author of two prize-winning poetry collections, Exodus in X Minor (Sundress Publications, 2014) and The Hydromantic Histories (Bright Hill Press, 2015). She is currently editing two anthologies: one of contemporary American political poetry, titled Political Punch (Sundress Publications, 2016) and one of critical writing on aesthetics, titled Among Margins (Ricochet Editions, 2016). Fox is currently working on an illuminated manuscript of poetry and other texts that explore the mythologies of medieval monsters, gender-bending saints of the early Catholic Church(es), wars, human trafficking, and uxoricide.
How excellent to have in the feral and ferocious universe funked up patron saints who will concern themselves with everything from the absorption of celestial matter into form and form how the page becomes an altar for a too-scattered consciousness. But in this case the brain that ranges wider than the sky has the right of it: in sound and architecture of language may you find the map through the minefield, the mind felled, mined and felt. Fox, you sly Frazier-Foley, feel me and full me.
– Kazim Ali