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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: KAREN ALKALAY-GUT

By Karen Alkalay-Gut: HER STORY I have never been able to tell her story Sometimes it escapes me, sometimes I am not sure It could really have happened, sometimes I read Different accounts of her demise, or a paragraph From … Continue reading

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From the Ashes: An Interview with John Guzlowski

Okla Elliott: In Lightning and Ashes, you make use of what seems like direct family sources (such as the poem “A Letter to my Mother from Poland, October 4, 1952”). What portion of these source materials is rooted in actual … Continue reading

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