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Today's poem is "Biography"

from Harvard Review

Amy Dryanskys first book, How I Got Lost So Close to Home (1999), was published by Alice James Books. She currently works for a regional land trust and writes about being a mother/artist/poet at her blog Pokey Mama. Her second collection, Grass Whistle, is forthcoming from Salmon Poetry.

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"Because Weve Landed on the Moon but Nobody Wants to Live There"

Amy Dryansky's Blog.

Amy Dryansky's Website.

Amy Dryansky According to Wikipedia.

About Harvard Review:

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Harvard Review * Lamont Library * Harvard University * Cambridge, MA 02138
Poetry Editor: Major Jackson

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July 28, 2008:   "Captain America" by Matt Hart
January 9, 2008:   "Canto of the Examination (24: Eighth Sphere)" by John Kinsella
January 7, 2008:   "The Traffic" by Philip Schultz
July 12, 2007:   "The Riddle of the Sphinx Moth" by Sarah Hannah
July 8, 2007:   "Confessions of a Music Box" by Bruce Bond
February 11, 2007:   "Children" by Steven Cramer
February 10, 2007:   "In Muir Woods" by June Beisch
January 11, 2007:   "On Divination by Birds" by Kimberly Johnson

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