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Marie Howe

This is amazing. It’s worth hearing more than once. Marie Howe is a powerful, engaging, thoughtful, funny poet, a teacher at Sarah Lawrence, and New York’s 2012- poet laureate. Threads that I think are particularly great, start at these markers … Continue reading

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Ten-Thousand-Foot Blue Sky

The air and light and sky are all different at Rock Lake in the Sierra. You hang your bear bag at the lake (9600 feet above sea level) and run up the granite almost-cliff (carved sometime past by a glacier) … Continue reading

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