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Barbara Henning
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Poetry. "Barbara Henning's new book brings together several years of her atonal musings on autobiography, place and longing. Lyrical bursts punctuate the narrator's otherwise seamless restlessness--Detroit, New York, Tucson, and India. The following Escheresque lines from one of Henning's narrators could well have been spoken by Nella Larsen's Helga Crane: 'Why am I here, ...more
Paperback, 148 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by Chax Press
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BARBARA HENNING, is a poet and fiction writer, author of three novels and several books of poetry. Her latest books of poems is A Day Like Today (Negative Capability Press 2015); poems and stories, A Swift Passage (Quale Press) and A Slow Curvee (Monkey Puzzle Press), were published in 2013. A novel, Thirty Miles to Rosebud was published by BlazeVOX Books in 2009, a collection of poems My Autobiog ...more
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