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Abigail McFee

Abigail McFee is a poet and Nebraska transplant. She holds a BA in English from Tufts University, where she worked after graduation as editor-in-chief of the Tufts Admissions magazine. She was selected as first runner-up for the Spoon River Poetry Review Editors’ Prize. An MFA candidate in Poetry at the Helen Zell Writers’ Program, her current project asks how the interiority of human beings (particularly women) can be understood through landscapes. You can find her on Instagram @abbymcfee and Twitter @abigail_mcfee.

Octopuses Have Been Trying to Research Humanity: An Interview with Brenda Shaughnessy

Brenda Shaughnessy is the author of five poetry collections, a librettist, and professor of English and Creative Writing at Rutgers University, Newark. She received a 2018 Literature Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and a 2013 Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship. Her most recent book, The Octopus Museum, was a New York Times 2019 Notable …

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Becoming Porous: An Interview with Kathleen Graber

Sometimes I look at him, and he’s a medical doctor, so he’s been aware of death and the possibility of death and mortality daily, but I sometimes look at him and think, Oh, you’re not an orphan. You don’t understand. I feel that that is a profound change. It’s a kind of wisdom. It makes you porous in a way that is, I think, positive.

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