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Poet's Corner Feat. Sarah Neal 

When: Thu., April 24, 7 p.m. 2014
Poet Sarah Neal has poems in or forthcoming in North American Review, Anthem Journal and many others, and she currently lives in Columbia, Tenn., where she runs a creative workshop for mental health patients. Her blog name, Diving Into the Wreck, comes from Adrienne Rich. None of that matters much if the work isn’t good, so here are a few lines from her poem “Pancake Your Palm” to give you an idea of her lyrical ear and careening line pace: “Through hatchglass I watched electric / wires tattoo black waves on sky: / your breathing cargo through five states, / headed for the two on the clock / blueweed, blueblade ticking / white-washed hammered / roads, linking closed the beasts / whose great flanks funneled / down to stick, so we’d know / when we got there.” STEVE HARUCH


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