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"Museum of Distance," a debut collection from Ashley Seitz Kramer set for release through Zone 3 Press

Zone 3 Press is proud to announce "Museum of Distance," the first collection of works from poet Ashley Seitz Kramer.

The winner of the 2014 Zone 3 Press First Book Award, Kramer's work is wide in scope. Linking images and observations, "Museum of Distance" offers a new view on daily reality.

In her review, award-winning poet Leslie Ullman describes Kramer's work as "exquisitely textured" and “impossible to resist.”

Zone 3 Press is proud to announce "Museum of Distance," the first collection of works from poet Ashley Seitz Kramer.

The winner of the 2014 Zone 3 Press First Book Award, Kramer's work is wide in scope. Linking images and observations, "Museum of Distance" offers a new view on daily reality.

In her review, award-winning poet Leslie Ullman describes Kramer's work as "exquisitely textured" and “impossible to resist.”

"Kramer's poems have extraordinary authority," Ullman said. "Every passage exquisitely textured, every provocation earned and convincing. It is impossible … to resist or question a single one of their flights."

An award-winning poet, Kramer earned the Ruth Stone Prize and Utah Writers' Contest. Major journals including Colorado Review, Dogwood and Quarterly West have also published her work.  A Pushcart Prize nominee, Kramer's work has appeared on Verse Daily, among other outlets.

Now residing in Utah, Kramer is assistant dean of Arts and Sciences at Westminster College.

“Museum of Distance” will be available on Amazon, spdbooks.org and through Zone 3 Press.

APSU founded Zone 3 Press in 2006. The press's mission is to promote emerging writers and interest in poetry and prose.

For more information on Zone 3 Press, contact Susan Wallace at wallacess@apsu.edu.