All Possible Histories is a collection of poems that explore what could have been: ghosts have the ability to tell their side of the story, children shed the labels that bind them, mothers and daughters re-make their relationships, beloved pets never die. With poignant deft, this collection takes the reader on a journey of what might have happened and then returns them to the here and now, grateful not all alternative realities come true.
About the author:
Sonia Greenfield (she/they) is the author of two full-length collections of poetry. Letdown, released in March 2020, was selected for the Marie Alexander Series and published by White Pine Press. Her collection, Boy With a Halo at the Farmer’s Market, won the 2014 Codhill Poetry Prize and was published in 2015. Her chapbook, American Parable, won the 2017 Autumn House Press chapbook prize, and her forthcoming chapbook, Helen of Troy is High AF, will be out with Harbor Editions in January 2023. Her work has appeared in a variety of places, including in the 2018 and 2010 Best American Poetry, Antioch Review, Bellevue Literary Review, Los Angeles Review, Massachusetts Review, and Willow Springs. She lives with her family in Minneapolis where she teaches at Normandale College, edits the Rise Up Review, and advocates for both neurodiversity and the decentering of the cis/het white hegemony.