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Sunday, April 17, 2016

Throat Singing

It was a delight to interview a fellow WordTech poet, Susan Cohen, for the Delphi Quarterly Review. Cohen published her first full-length book of poems, Throat Singing (2012) with WordTech Communications, under their Cherry Grove imprint for lyrical poetry. Able to write equally with wry humor and with an unflinching look at the precarious state of being human, Cohen is a deeply smart, musically-rich poet. To find out more about her work and to sample some of her poems, whose titles can offer up unexpected predicaments, such as: "The Woman Who Feels No Fear," feel free to read this interview I conducted with her published this month in the Winter/Spring 2016 issue of The Delphi Quarterly Review.

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