by Dorsey Craft
Winner of the 2019 May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize
ISBN 9780872333154

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“You will love Dorsey Craft’s rollicking persona, Pirate Anne Bonny, who, in this thrilling book of poems, serves up heaps of scintillant treasures from the bottomless trunk of her imagination, wit, and verve. In Plunder, Jack Sparrow has met his match.”
—Deb Gorlin, judge, 2019 May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize, and author of Life of the Garment.

Dorsey Craft’s poetry collection is a ship full of jewels. Each exquisite poem is a glinting doubloon, a double-sided coin whose currency is both bravery and vulnerability. The pirate Anne Bonny is a brash companion and welcome conspirator in this book. Plunder rollicks with charisma while navigating the often perilous waters of womanhood. 
—Amy Fleury, author of Beautiful Trouble

Dorsey Craft is the winner of the May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, Crab Orchard Review, Greensboro Review, Massachusetts Review, Ninth Letter, Passages North, Poetry Daily, Southern Indiana Review, Thrush Poetry Journal and elsewhere. She holds an MFA in poetry from McNeese State University and a BA in English from Clemson University, and is currently a PhD candidate in poetry at Florida State University. She is also a Poetry Editor for The Southeast Review.