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The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2013

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    NOTES

  1. "Where We'd Rather Not" has lines/ phrases appropriated from a New York Times article from this year called "Machines of Laughter and Forgetting" by Evgeny Morozov from March 30, 2013.
  2. “When Boys Become Werewolves” has lines/ phrases appropriated from Ezra Pound’s Guardier-Brzeska.
  3. “Love Sweet” has lines/phrases appropriated from Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Squire’s Tale and Hemingway’s Farewell to Arms.

Contributor

Leah Umansky

Leah Umansky's book of poems, Domestic Uncertainties, is out now from Blazevox. Her poems are forthcoming in POETRY Magazine and Thrush Poetry Journal. Read more at http://iammyownheroine.com.

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SEPT 2013

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