Today's poem is "The Woman Who Is Early"

from Margie

Nin Andrews is the editor of a book of translations of the French poet Henri Michaux entitled Someone Wants to Steal My Name from Cleveland State university Press. She is also the author of several books including The Book of Orgasms, Why They Grow Wings and Midlife Crisis with Dick and Jane. Her book, Sleeping with Houdini, is just out from BOA Editions and has been listed as one of the best picks for fall reading by The Monserrat Review. Her next book, Southern Comfort, is forthcoming from CavanKerry Press.

Other poems by Nin Andrews in Verse Daily:
July 21, 2002:  "That Cold Summer" "At first the angel was perfectly wingless..."

Books by Nin Andrews: Sleeping With Houdini, Midlife Crisis with Dick and Jane, Any Kind of Excuse, Why They Grow Wings, The Book of Orgasms

Other poems on the web by Nin Andrews:
Four poems
Three poems
Three poems
Three poems, an essay, an a translation
Three poems
Three poems
Three poems
"Good Girl"
Three poems

Nin Andrews's Blog.

About Margie:

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Editor: Robert Nazarene

Other poems from The American Poetry Journal in Verse Daily:
February 1, 2006:   "Judges" by Larissa Szporluk
October 31, 2004:  "Apeland" by Matthew Ladd
October 30, 2004:  "Madness in the Form of Birds" by George Looney
October 29, 2004:  "Not Even Doublewide" by A. Loudermilk
October 26, 2004:  "The Waiting" by Stephen Dunn
December 15, 2003:  "Soldiering" by Daniel J. Langton
November 26, 2003:  from "The Startled Heart" by Eve Joseph

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