‘Zelazo’s [poems are] cerebrally orgasmic, icily erotic – [her] tone, like Virginia Woolf’s, is highly introspective, yet reverberates with an urgency that assures readers they are most welcome intruders, resulting in a somber and precise, coolly impassioned orchestration.’ – Vallum
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Suzanne Zelazo is a poet, editor, and educator. She is the author of Parlance from Coach House Books and is the coeditor of Body Sweats: the Uncensored Writings of Baroness Elsa von FreytagLoringhoven (MIT Press). She is also the coeditor of Crystal Flowers: Poems and a Libretto by Florine Stettheimer (BookThug). Suzanne has a PhD in English and was the editor of the Queen Street Quarterly, a small press literary magazine.