Poetry. "Processes seemingly mundane--working, paddling, running--become testaments to difficulties in human experience and to the stamina it takes to write our way through them... Anderson Moseman examine[s] domestic spaces, ancestral and generational connections, gender roles, international discord..."--Deborah Poe.
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