Today's poem is "When I Taught Mary to Eat Avocado"
from The Kenyon Review

Alison Stine's poems appeared in the New Voices section of The Kenyon Review in Summer/Fall 1999. Her work is forthcoming in the Paris Review and Black Warrior Review. Her chapbook, Lot of My Sister, winner of the Wick Prize, was published by Kent State university Press in 2001.

About The Kenyon Review:
Poets in this issue: Yehuda Amichai, Karen Alkalay-Gut, Albert Goldbarth, Honoree Fanonne Jeffers, William Logan, David Bottoms, Deborah Digges, Diane Ackerman, Carol Frost, Lisa Russ Spaar, Elizabeth Smither, Eva Salzman, Mong-Lan, Hedi Kaddour, Kathleen Ossip, D. Nurske, C. Dale Young, V. Penelope Pelizzon, Carl Phillips, Stanely Plumly, Alison Stine, Sandra Meek, Sarah Lindsay, Brooks Haxton, Brian Henry

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