Today's poem is "On Whether or Not to Prune the Nandina"
from Shenandoah

Cynthia Wyatt teaches English at Volunteer State College in Tennessee. Her poems and stories have appeared in Chelsea, The New York Times and Ladies' Home Journal, and her poem "Raised by Women" was awarded the 2000 Sue Saniel Elkind Prize and will appear in the next issue of Kalliope. She is also a professional harpist, and her most recent CD is "Celtic Harp Traditions" on the Green Hill label.

About Shenandoah:
For over half a century Shenandoah has been publishing splendid poems, stories, essays and reviews which display passionate understanding, formal accomplishment and serious mischief. Founded in 1950 by a group of Washington and Lee University faculty members and students, including Tom Wolfe and William Hoffman, Shenandoah has achieved a wide reputation as one of the country's premier literary quarterlies and has been praised by USA Today as "a 'little' magazine notable for not being little in its aspirations." Recent issues have featured work by Stephen Dunn, Mary Oliver, Rodney Jones, Alyson Hagy, Erin McGraw and Chris Offutt.

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Shenandoah * Troubadour Theater, 2nd Floor * * The Washington and Lee University * Lexington, Virginia 24450
Editor: R. T. Smith * Managing Editor: Lynn Lowry Leech

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