Pink Plastic House is the debut chapbook of Kristin Garth, 24 pages of mostly sonnets that explain the poets life in a dollhouse of poetry. The poems in the chapbook are divided into rooms such as kitchen, media room, swingset, graveyard (okay, so suggestions of place at times in the guise of rooms). It is the poet’s attempt to make sense of a chaotic, complex life and order it, and it’s the book that made her a dollhouse architect — which inspired a literary journal of which she is the dollhouse architect, EIC Pink Plastic House a tiny journal.
Here are some thoughts about Pink Plastic House:
(from a review by Jared Benjamin published in Glass Poetry)
You can read the whole review here.
(from a Goodreads review by Michael Miller)