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Assorted Fictions

Poetry Jessica Baran

Rigor is no longer involved. Peeling back / reveals two discrete compartments, adjoining.

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No. 22

No. 22


Jessica Baran is the author of two poetry collections: Equivalents (Lost Roads Press) and Remains to Be Used (Apostrophe Books). She lives in St. Louis, where she directs Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts.


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