Dallas Klein is a poetry candidate in Texas State University’s MFA program, where she is also a Graduate Assistant. One of her poems was recently accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of [Angles]. Her writing celebrates matriarchy and the complexities of identity through embodiment.
Content by Dallas Klein
“bury it” by sam sax
BY Dallas Klein
sax’s poetry recognizes the significance of our interwoven human experience. This work entangles past and present, emphasizing the relevancy of all experiences . . . The reader becomes a part of the show because we are all cast members in this dark production called life. Like sax’s poems in bury it, each of us is a chapter in the production of our interconnected lives.