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Brian Blanchfield

BRIAN BLANCHFIELD is the author of Not Even Then (University of California Press) and a poetry editor for Fence Magazine. His recent work can be found in The NationLana TurnerLike StarlingsDenver QuarterlyThe Poetry Project NewsletterA Public SpaceMaggyBoston Review, and other magazines. He lives in Tucson.

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Brian Blanchfield is the author of Not Even Then (University of California Press) and a poetry editor for Fence Magazine. His recent work can be found in The Nation, Lana Turner, Like Starlings, Denver Quarterly, The Poetry Project Newsletter, A Public Space, Maggy, Boston Review, and other magazines. He lives in Tucson.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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