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First Denise Riley Publication in Over a Decade

News from Ken Edwards at the Reality Street blog: Denise Riley has published her first poetry since Reality Street’s Selected Poems more than a decade ago. “A Part Song” is an elegy or lamentation in different modes, following the death of her son in 2008, and appears in the London Review of Books (9 February). [...]
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