Veronica Schorr

Veronica Schorr holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and English with a Creative Writing Concentration from the University of Connecticut. She is winner of the 2018–2019 Edward R. and Frances Schreiber Collins Literary Prize in Poetry.

Her work has appeared in such publications as Chronogram and Long River Review. During her two-hour commute into Manhattan, she reads and writes poetry. In her free time, she gets outside as much as possible—playing tennis, going to the beach, traveling, and finding the best hiking trails in rural Connecticut.

Book Reviews by Veronica Schorr

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Thabile Makue’s sophomore collection, ‘mamaseko, explores intergenerational trauma through repetitive forms and turbulent language.

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A Nail the Evening Hangs On is fiery, trauma-stricken, tender, and complicated.

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“If Battle Dress is any indication of what’s to come next from Skolfield, readers should expect yet another masterfully rhythmic, morally gut-punching, timeless book of poetry.”