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Douglas Kearney

Poet/performer/librettist Douglas Kearney’s third poetry collection, Patter (Red Hen Press, 2014) examines miscarriage, infertility, and parenthood. He has received residencies/fellowships from Cave Canem, the Rauschenberg Foundation, and others. He teaches at CalArts, where he received his MFA in Writing (’04).

Simone White, Of Being Dispersed

“You and Me Are Not Friends, OK?” nitty-gritties like a choice fractalization of Millie Jackson.

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Poet/performer/librettist Douglas Kearney’s third poetry collection, Patter (Red Hen Press, 2014) examines miscarriage, infertility, and parenthood. He has received residencies/fellowships from Cave Canem, the Rauschenberg Foundation, and others. He teaches at CalArts, where he received his MFA in Writing (04).

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