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herso by Susana Gardner
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Nov 02, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: poetry

It’s a pleasure to watch Susana Gardner stretch the language out to its full wingspan, displaying the gendered presumptions that give it flight. Her writing lines up “our turmoils in filched onus rows,” then ships them out via “Rouged Ifs” and charged “stutterance” toward “a restless and scattered hopeful.” Herso is my her(o): froward, many-minded, multi-tongued.
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