Today's poem is "Two Ways"
from Backstroking

Unfinished Monument Press

Susan Cohen lives in Berkeley, California. She has taught on the faculty of the University of California, Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism; been a newspaper reporter, science writer, book reviewer, and columnist; and written for many magazines. In 1997, she won the National Association of Science Writers science in Society Award for an article in the Washington Post Magazine, where she was a contributing writer. Her poems have appeared in Poet Lore, Poetry International, Puerto del Sol, the Seattle Review, Tar River Poetry, and elsewhere.

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"The poems in Backstroking are well made, intelligent, attentive to the music of language and feeling. This is an impressive collection."
—Kim Addonizio

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