C.S. Giscombe

Mourning and the Construction of Place: A Review of C.S. Giscombe’s Ohio Railroads

The intergenre poetic text Ohio Railroads, by C.S. Giscombe, is a long poem in essay form split into two parts; first, a topographical “map” of the post-slavery North and second, a lyric poem.  Both dreamscapes are interpersed by elements of memoir, rooted in the author’s memory of a dream in […]