One Crossed Out by Fanny Howe

Issue #74
Winter 1997-98
Fanny Howe, One Crossed Out, poems: The unforgettable voice of many of these poems belongs to May, a homeless woman, the one crossed out. The swirling language conveys a complex consciousness, bridging wisdom and madness, to deliver a searing statement...

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