In a Combination of Practices: Poems
Poetry. "In a Combination of Practices is just that, a combination of various poetic practices that creates a sense of varied-at times even conflicting-wonderment . . . Hers is a turning, folding, heaping world, where meaning shifts like geological forces." -Douglas Messerli
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