Patricia Colleen Murphy

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Patricia Colleen Murphy founded Superstition Review at Arizona State University, where she teaches creative writing and magazine production. She won the 2019 Press 53 Poetry Award with her collection Bully Love. She won the 2016 May Swenson Poetry Award judged by Stephen Dunn, and her poetry collection Hemming Flames was published by University Press of Colorado in summer 2016. Her writing has appeared in many literary journals, including The Iowa Review, Quarterly West, and American Poetry Review, and most recently in Black Warrior Review, North American Review, Smartish Pace, Burnside Review, Poetry Northwest, Third Coast, Hobart, decomP, Midway Journal, Armchair/Shotgun, and Natural Bridge. Her work has received awards from the Associate ...more

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Hemming Flames

4.72 avg rating — 69 ratings — published 2016 — 4 editions
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Bully Love

4.97 avg rating — 30 ratings — published 2019
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Wow wow wow. Please read. This is a highly personal account of the formation of the #blacklivesmatter movement, from a human who suffered unbelievable hate and oppression due to her race. In the interview at the end of the book the author says, “We h ...more
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Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell
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Holy cow. I could not put this one down. I really loved the notion of how coupling influences the human tendency to believe liars. I listened to the audio which was really awesome because it includes real recordings from many of the historical situat ...more
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Designing Your Work Life by Bill Burnett
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There were many lessons here that are very useful for any creative who wishes to best use their talents while getting great satisfaction from what they do.
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“There is a certain kind of person who, when insulted, will assume you have something they need.”
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“Being alone was what I wanted; being alone was not what I wanted.”
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“It was not that kind of leaving. I am not that kind of gone.”
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“the mainstream thrust of anti-intellectualism, as it stands today, characterizes thinking itself as an elitist activity.”
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