Taxonomy of the Missing by Lisa Lewis

    Says Denise Duhamel, “Lisa Lewis writes of complex women as friends, mothers, sisters, “cat ladies,” dog walkers, and lovers. She writes with an astute awareness of class dynamics, the earth’s peril as a result of our violence, and our violent America—past and present. These poems of witness to our troubled times are also timeless in their longing and emotional candor.”

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    Says Denise Duhamel, “Lisa Lewis writes of complex women as friends, mothers, sisters, “cat ladies,” dog walkers, and lovers. She writes with an astute awareness of class dynamics, the earth’s peril as a result of our violence, and our violent America—past and present. These poems of witness to our troubled times are also timeless in their longing and emotional candor.”

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