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“A Woman Is Talking to Death” by Judy Grahn

A woman addresses death, and a whole lot more

“we are the fat of the land, and we all have our lists of casualties” Judy Grahn’s ambitious, arresting work, “A Woman Is Talking to Death” is her most celebrated poem, a piece about meaning and futility, callousness and tenderness, … Continue reading

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