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A Year in Reading: Jenny Zhang

Nature Poem by Tommy Pico and There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé by Morgan Parker were the two books of poetry that touched what is left of my soul. And because of these two astounding poets, I may have even expanded my soul—finally—a little.       More from A Year in Reading 2017 … The post A Year in Reading: Jenny Zhang appeared first on The Millions.
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