Lightsey Darst

Lightsey Darst
Lightsey Darst writes, dances, writes about dance and other arts, and teaches in Minneapolis. Her books are Find the Girl and the forthcoming DANCE (both Coffee House Press). Her poetic work appears in Typo, Spork, and Diagram. Her criticism is online at mnartists.org and Bookslut.

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Be careful going home tonight: protect / your family in a culture that’s gone stark raving mad, craving for firepower, sawn- / off shotgun level at an intruder’s chest, handgun unless you feel it’s your last chance, / use an explosive amount of force & threats, if so you are asking for a home invasion robbery.