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I Might Be Mistaken ❃ [EPUB] ✻ I Might Be Mistaken By Barbara Duffey ➜ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk In her debut, Barbara Duffey challenges the love lyric s confidence, whether in its speaker, its object, or its methods These poems turn instead to popular culture, history, and science from biology t In her debut, Barbara Duffey challenges the love lyric s confidence, whether in its speaker, its object, or its methods These poems turn I Might PDF or instead to popular culture, history, and science from biology to nuclear physics for answers, often returning frustrated with relationships, mental illness, and the body, but with a renewed love of language and the natural world.


About the Author: Barbara Duffey

Barbara Duffey is a NEA Literature Fellow in poetry She is the author of the poetry collections I Might Be Mistaken Word I Might PDF or Poetry, and Simple Machines The Word Works, , which won the Washington Prize, and the chapbooks The Circus of Forgetting dancing girl press, and The Verge of Thirst South Dakota State Poetry Society, An associate professor of English at Dakota Wesleyan University, her poetry has been published in Prairie Schooner, Indiana Review, Best New Poets , and elsewhere, and her nonfiction has appeared in CutBank, The Collagist, and the anthology Oh, Baby from Creative Nonfiction Her story And All Not Long We Have Not Stirred appeared in the Exigencies anthology from Dark House Press She holds a PhD from the University of Utah, an MFA from the University of Houston, and a BA summa cum laude from the University of Southern California She lives in Mitchell, SD, with her son.



6 thoughts on “I Might Be Mistaken

  1. Andrew Kozma Andrew Kozma says:

    A collection of favorite lines Suddenly, as you were, flattened to ghost Elegy in 3D The heat feels like your tongue, most exciting where I m most open Summer Night, Houston her hair will quit in clumps, her skin will dim,her useless breasts will wrinkle like her eyes The So Called Canine Hunger it resembles nothing, worshipingthe God of skin and bones Hunger Practice Honey on a plumb line evening the kindthat tells you if your life is catawampous On the Way to the D A collection of favorite lines Suddenly, as you were, flattened to ghost Elegy in 3D The heat feels like your tongue, most exciting where I m most open Summer Night, Houston her hair will quit in clumps, her skin will dim,her useless breasts will wrinkle like her eyes The So Called Canine Hunger it resembles nothing, worshipingthe God of skin and bones Hunger Practice Honey on a plumb line evening the kindthat tells you if your life is catawampous On the Way to the Divorce They burrowed an architecture into my skin and planted their eggs, whose yolks fed fireto their growing young Scabies I am not unbiased I know Barbara and have read her work for years we went to school together But I enjoyed this book immensely, and if you like the above lines, then you will, too


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