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Drinking Girls and Their Dresses: Poems…

Drinking Girls and Their Dresses: Poems (Ahsahta Press New Series, No. 2)

by Heather Sellers

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Poetry. Heather Sellers was born in Orlando, FLorida, and received her Ph.D. from FLorida State University in 1992. Recipient of an NEA grant for fiction writing in 2001, she is also the author or Georgia Underwater, a collection of short stories, which won the Barnes and Noble Discover Award. Her first children's book, Spike and Cubby: Ice Cream Island Adventure! is forthcoming from Henry Holt. Sellers lives in Holland, Michigan, where she raises Pembroke Welsh Corgis. "Heather Sellers's poem take us back--where?--to the first taste of our whereness, the fresh instant click of yes, that, or no, absolutely not, it was this and this and this. Be careful. These poems can be wonderfully dangerous: jumpy, radiant"--Marianne Boruch.

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