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Recent poems can be found online in Abridged (Ire), Blue Pepper, Cordite Poetry Review, Right Now, Shot Glass (US), Verity La, Wonderbook of Poetry and a number of print anthologies. Recipients are required to embark on a substantial writing project and go to frequent individual gatherings with faculty advisors. The shifting tone between the beginning and the end of the poem, the speaker’s more confident telling of the sun’s rise than of how its sets, suggests that more abstract questions about the mystery of death lurk within these images.

Pages: 42

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 16, 2016)

ISBN: 1535313846

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