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A Body Made of You by Melissa Lee-Houghton
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A Body Made of You (edition 2011)

by Melissa Lee-Houghton (Author)

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Melissa Lee Houghton's A Body Made of You is a series of poems written for other writers, artists, strangers, lovers and friends. The process began by interviewing each muse, and then working from photographs and in a couple of cases, paintings of them or by them. Charged with sexuality and an uncomfortable sense of the strange, this debut collection introduces a powerful new voice in poetry.… (more)
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Title:A Body Made of You
Authors:Melissa Lee-Houghton (Author)
Info:Penned in the Margins (2011), 82 pages
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Melissa Lee Houghton's A Body Made of You is a series of poems written for other writers, artists, strangers, lovers and friends. The process began by interviewing each muse, and then working from photographs and in a couple of cases, paintings of them or by them. Charged with sexuality and an uncomfortable sense of the strange, this debut collection introduces a powerful new voice in poetry.

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