Today's poem is "Human Atlas"
from Cadaver, Speak

Copper Canyon Press

Marianne Boruch was born in Chicago in 1950. She is the author of seven collections of poetry including The Book of Hours (Copper Canyon Press, 2011), two volumes of essays on poetry, and a memoir. After receiving her MFA from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, she founded the MFA program at Purdue University in 1987. In addition to teaching at Purdue University, she also teaches at the low-residency MFA program for Writers at Warren Wilson College. Her recent awards include the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award (2013), and a Fulbright/Visiting professorship at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Marianne lives with in husband in West Lafayette, Indiana.

Other poems by Marianne Boruch in Verse Daily:
February 2, 2012:   "Three kinds of sudden equal three" "Three kinds of sudden equal three..."
January 7, 2009:   "In the hospital parking lot" "In the hospital parking lot..."
June 8, 2006:   "The Park in November" " Part rain or part twilight..."
March 28, 2006:   "St. Francis in Winter" " Snowbound, St. Francis in the iris bed, snow..."

Books by Marianne Boruch:
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Other poems on the web by Marianne Boruch:
"When's a Fork a Spoon"
Eighteen poems
Five poems
Four poems

Marianne Boruch according to Wikipedia.

Other poems on the web by Marianne Boruch:
Twenty-three poems
Thirteen poems
Five poems
"A Braid of Garlic"
"Ghazal: Style"
from "The Regent's Park Sonnets"

Marianne Boruch's Blog.

Marianne Boruch's Website.

*Marianne Boruch According to Wikipedia.

Marianne Boruch on Twitter.

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