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June 1992
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A Space Filled with Moving
Anderson, Maggie
Praise for Maggie Anderson’s earlier work, Cold Comfort:
“The crux of Maggie Anderson’s poems is the strong narrative line, one accompanied by an abundance of lore based in the folkways of the people. And her energy is that very essence of the old stories and poetry—present in the talk of ordinary people.”—Shelby Stephenson
Maggie Anderson, also a poet from West Virginia, is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.
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Praise for Maggie Anderson’s earlier work, Cold Comfort:
“The crux of Maggie Anderson’s poems is the strong narrative line, one accompanied by an abundance of lore based in the folkways of the people. And her energy is that very essence of the old stories and poetry—present in the talk of ordinary people.”—Shelby Stephenson

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