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Made in Detroit: Poems
 


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  “That summer day,” The Mas Tequila Review, Issue 5, Fall 2012.

  “Insomniac prayer at 2 a.m.,” Poetry Porch, 2014.

  “The body in the hot tub,” San Diego Poetry Annual, 2011–12.

  “Looking back in utter confusion,” “What do they expect?” Superstition Review, Issue 9, 2012.

  “In the Peloponnesus one April afternoon,” Green Mountain Review, Vol. 24, No. 1, 2011.

  “The end not yet in sight,” The San Pedro River Review, Vol. 4, No. 5, Fall 2012.

  “Loving clandestinely,” “We used to be close, I said,” Marsh Hawk Review, Spring 2014.

  “The visible and the in-,” New Mirage Journal, 2011.

  “What’s left” (published as “What remains”), Contemporary World Literature, Vol. 4, Spring 2011.

  “Corner of Putnam and Pearl,” San Pedro River Review, Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 2013.

  “Bang, crash over,” Blue Lyra Review, July 2012.

  “Sins of omission,” Calyx, Vol. 19, No. 1, Winter 1999–2000.

  “Even if we try not to let go,” december magazine, Vol. 24, 2013.

  “Marinade for an elderly rabbit,” 5 AM, Issue 35, Summer 2012.

  “Contemplating my breasts,” Muddy River Poetry Review, Fall 2013.

  “Words hard as stones,” Marsh Hawk Review, Fall 2010.

  “Absence wears out the heart,” Paterson Literary Review, Issue 42, 2014–15.

  “A republic of cats,” Contemporary World Literature, Vol. 4, Spring 2011.

  “Decades of intimacy creating,” Third Wednesday, Spring 2013.

  “A wind suddenly chills you,” A Gathering of the Tribes, Issue 13, 2011.

  “Why she frightens me,” Paterson Literary Review, Issue 41, 2013–14.

  “My sweetness, my desire,” Broadkill Review, Vol. 8, Issue 5, Fall 2014.

  “They come, they go in the space of a breath,” Paterson Literary Review, No. 42, 2014.

  “In storms I can hear the surf a mile away,” Paterson Literary Review, Issue 43, 2015–16.

  A NOTE ABOUT THE AUTHOR

  Marge Piercy is the author of eighteen previous poetry collections, seventeen novels and a book of short stories, four nonfiction books, two memoirs and one play. Her work has been translated into nineteen languages, and she has won many honors, including the Golden Rose, the oldest poetry award in the country. She lives on Cape Cod with her husband, Ira Wood, the novelist, memoirist, community radio interviewer, and essayist. She has given more than five hundred readings and lectures in the United States and abroad.

 


 

  Marge Piercy, Made in Detroit: Poems

 


 

 
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