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Molly Rose Quinn

MOLLY ROSE QUINN is a poet living in Brooklyn and the Director of Public Programming at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe. Her poems appear in Black Warrior Review, Everyday Genius, Coconut, Powder Keg, and other places, and she is a contributor to Scout poetry review. She is a fiction committee member of the Brooklyn Book Festival and co-organizer of the Moby-Dick Marathon NYC.

In Conversation

KATHLEEN OSSIP with Molly Rose Quinn

Kathleen Ossip’s newest collection The Do-Over begins in acrostic. “Relating to her is what keeps me alive,” reads the first poem, which uses the letters of the name of her departed friend. The Do-Over is, unapologetically, a book of loss, and its subject is intentionally real.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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