Today's poem is "Why We Drive Highway Five in February"
from Southeast Review

Ruth L. Schwartz received the AWP prize in poetry for her first book, Accordion Breathing and Dancing (University of Pittsburgh); her second book, Singular Bodies, won the Anhinga Prize in Poetry; and her third book, Edgewater—in which today's poem also appears—winner of the 2001 National Poetry Series is just out from Harper Collins. She currently teaches at California State University, Fresno.

About The Southeast Review:
Poets in this issue: Ai, Christopher Locke, Ruth L. Schwartz, Allen Braden, Erika Meitner, Ruth L. Schwartz, Dorianne Laux, Karen Head, Quan Barry, Joe Benevento, Julianna Baggott, Dana Levin, William A. Johnson, Frank X. Gaspar, Joel Peckham, Ron Rash

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The Southeast Review * Department of English * The Florida State University * Tallahassee, FL 32306
Editor: Tony R. Morris * Poetry Editor: Larry Johns

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