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Laura McCullough: Reading Recommendations from a Guernica Poet
April 17, 2011
“We’re in trouble; / a hungry accident is about to happen, / and what science there is might turn / out to be what saves us from us…” So warns Laura McCullough in her poem “Molecularity” from the April 15th issue of Guernica. Below, McCullough suggests further reading:
The Eternal City by Kathleen Graber
Otherwise Elsewhere by David Rivard
Juvenilia by Ken Chen
Laura McCullough’s recent books of poetry include Panic, winner of a Kinerath Genseler Award, Alice James Books, and Speech Acts, Black Lawrence Press, as well as a recent chapbook, Women and Other Hostages, Amsterdam Press.
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