Trans-Neptunian Object

Poetry ​Suzanne Buffam

The time and place and manner of my death are three facts that
          don’t exist yet.

Facts exist for whole centuries and then suddenly cease.

Pluto used to be a planet and now it is a chunk of debris, number
         1341340.

My grandmother’s house stands on the hill above the sea  [...]

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Issue 08

ISSUE

08

Spring 2009

Author

​Suzanne Buffam is the author of Past Imperfect (House of Anansi Press) and Interiors (Delirium Press). She is currently completing a second manuscript of poems. She lives in Chicago where she serves on the creative writing faculty at the University of Chicago.

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