For Hunger by Margaret Ronda
Tell us about your new book. What is its central project?
For Hunger is a book of poetry that dwells in the spaces of reproductive labor -- caring for an ill person and a young child, housework, cooking -- and explores their essential bodily conditions and affective states. Hunger, in all its many forms, is at the center of these poems.
What got you started thinking about this set of problems in this way?