by Rebecca Dunham • from Glass Armonica • Milkweed Editions
Rebecca Dunham is the author of two previous books of poetry and a professor in the creative writing program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
"Reading Rebecca Dunhamís Glass Armonica is akin to discovering the sharpness of bone shard or shrapnel risen just beneath the surface of oneís skin..." (Cate Marvin)
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Collected Poems, C.P. Cavafy, translated by Daniel Mendelsohn, reviewed by Paddy Kehoe.
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