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She later switched to Sarah Lawrence College in New York City. After all, fictions were invented about Jesus, but they do not involve assassinations that are situated in non-miraculous social contexts which therefore aim at giving the assassinations a ring of historical accuracy or plausibility—all of which are true in Muhammad’s case. As far a I know none were sold, but if they were I'd never find out. Poets Martha Collins (Admit One: An American Scrapbook), Tyehimba Jess (Olio), and Solmaz Sharif (Look) share insight into the creative process behind poetic works that rely on research, reportage, and repurposed text, and explore what's possible when poetry comes into conversation with real life.

Pages: 26

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 12, 2012)

ISBN: 1477643354

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Manifestations: An Amalgam: Poetry & Prose Inspired by Love

The Written Pieces of a Broken Girl

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I Speak Female Poetically

Soul Caravan

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The Eleventh of September

I Speak Hick

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May All Your Wounds Be Mortal

I Believe: Original Collective Poems

Dinner with Fish and Mirrors

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Girl in My Rearview Mirror: Ragazza nel mio specchietto retrovisore

Dark. Sweet.: New & Selected Poems

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Not Emily Dickinson: For the Love of Luscious and Nonillustrious Poetry

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