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    "The poems in Kinesthesia are wonderfully personal, familial, quirky and crafty. 'They sleep upright in the throat,'as Stephanie Johnson writes i… Read More
    "The poems in Kinesthesia are wonderfully personal, familial, quirky and crafty. 'They sleep upright in the throat,'as Stephanie Johnson writes in ;City of Stomach, City of Throat,' and find their way into our bloodstreams and our night dreams." -Diane Glancy, author of The Reason for Crows and Pushing the Bear: After the Trail of Tears Read Less
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