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Then They Ate Their Horses

Poetry Lisa Olstein

How many men fit into this ditch / beside me? What color before were / my robes?
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No. 25

No. 25

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Lisa Olstein is the author of four poetry collections, including Late Empire, which is forthcoming from Copper Canyon Press. The recipient of fellowships from the Sustainable Arts Foundation, Massachusetts Cultural Council, and Centrum, she is a member of the poetry faculty at the University of Texas at Austin.

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