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Linnea Ogden on G.C. Waldrep and the collapse of the self

Deer graze along the brow of my old age. You are not a dream, the sparrows’ silver needles sew you into a calendar’s trim signature. Spring arrives as prescription eyeglasses discarded at the crime scene. [from “Forage Psalm”] I like … Continue reading

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Jen Tynes on Antlers, Tweenagers and Nathan Hauke

Several weeks ago, my copy of Nathan Hauke’s IN THE MARBLE OF YOUR ANIMAL EYES came in the mail while I was headed out the door, and I had just enough time to read what I’m seeing as the first … Continue reading

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