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A Review of Catherine Pierce’s The Girls of Peculiar 

A Review of Catherine Pierce’s The Girls of Peculiar By Jennifer Dane Clements Catherine Pierce’s second poetry collection, The Girls of Peculiar, resurrects the gangly and awkward ghosts of adolescence, in turns honoring and questioning those young spectres. Indeed, it is … Continue reading

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Rites of Passage

I’ve been asked to explain a bit about the personal essays I often contribute to this blog. I wrote most of them for the popular “Readers Write” feature in my favorite literary magazine, The Sun. Each month they propose a … Continue reading

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