Juliet Patterson is the author of The Truant Lover (Nightboat Books), Threnody (forthcoming, Nightboat Books), and Dirge, a chapbook recently published by Albion Books. Her poems have appeared in numerous magazines including American Letters & Commentary, Crazyhorse, Indiana Review, Knockout, and Verse.
A compelling essay on privilege, the AWP-industrial complex and why poetry doesn’t seem to matter. Read it here.
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