Posts by: Lauren Eggert-Crowe

The Last Book of Poetry I Loved: L.A. Liminal


The week I decided to move to Los Angeles, I read a book of poetry by a woman who had lived there for four years, hated it, left it for New York, and couldn’t stop writing poems about it. It seemed fitting. Except Becca Klaver came “back East,” leaving Los Angeles, whereas I’m about to […]