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Poseidon’s Canto, now appearing in Really System, is the first piece of my long work on Persephone, The Bringers of Fruit, to be published.
a response to George Will I was raised on a pedestal twelve hours straight so attorneys could ask what I wore, what I drank I had woken in (hush—off) white sheets and seen no blood and sung halleluja …
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Clare Literary Journal has published my poem, Franziska, which is from a longer work dealing with Aktion T4, the Nazi “euthanasia” of disabled people that preceded the Holocaust. Two other pieces from this sequence previously appeared in Compose.