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Ruth Foley

lives in Massachusetts, where she teaches English for Wheaton College. Her work appears in numerous web and print journals, including Adroit, Sou?wester, Threepenny Review, and Valparaiso Poetry Review. Her poems can also be found in several anthologies, including the Best Indie Lit New England anthology. She is the author of Dead Man?s Float (2019) , the chapbooks Sink and Drift, Creature Feature, and Dear Turquoise, and her second full-length collection, Abandon, is forthcoming.

In Conversation

JUDITHA DOWD with Ruth Foley

Pennsylvania poet Juditha Dowd is, in her own words, “perpetually bewitched by the narratives we devise to re-imagine ourselves and the lives of others.” Such bewitching is the basis of her new book, Audubon’s Sparrow: A Biography in Poems (2020), which relies on historical documents and Dowd’s imagination to explore the life of Lucy Bakewell Audubon, wife of the naturalist and artist John James Audubon.


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OCT 2023

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