[A Theory Is Drawn], [Coaxed Sculpted to Admit of Suddenness]
[A Theory Is Drawn]
[Coaxed – Sculpted to Admit – of Suddenness]
Lisa Lubasch is the author of To Tell the Lamp (Avec Books, 2004), How Many More of Them Are You? (1999, winner of the Norma Farber First Book Award), and Vicinities (2001). She is the translator of Paul Éluard's A Moral Lesson, forthcoming from Green Integer Books in August 2005.
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