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Kasey Jueds

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I love it when books have bibliographies. Especially poetry books. More than that, I love it when poetry books I love (yes, that word again) lead me either directly or indirectly to other books, poetry or not–books I might love as well. There is a feeling of infinite possibility, of a world of yeses, in poetry that share its sources, the texts underlying it.


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Keeper
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Keeper (Pitt Poetry Series)
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