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Karen Rigby
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Karen Rigby is the author of Chinoiserie (Ahsahta Press, 2012), which received the 2011 Sawtooth Poetry Prize. Her website is karenrigby.com

Books reviewed by Karen Rigby

The Infatuations (09/18/13)
The Round House (10/03/12)
The Absolutist (08/22/12)
Mission to Paris (07/11/12)
The Chaperone (06/14/12)
The Thief (04/18/12)
Drifting House (02/15/12)
Miss New India (06/15/11)
Beirut 39 (08/04/10)
Ilustrado (06/09/10)
Ruby's Spoon (02/17/10)
Nocturnes (11/05/09)
The Spare Room (02/05/09)
Factory Girls (10/15/08)
A Map of Home (10/01/08)

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