Monday, February 05, 2007

Mary Akers & Joy Hagy in Brevity

My pals and Queens classmates Mary Akers and Joy Hagy both have essays in the new issue of Brevity, a journal of creative non-fiction.

Mary Aker's essay is On Receiving Notice of My Step-Daughter's Pregnancy.
"I want you to hear the voice of an angry stepmother as you read this, so go ahead and settle into it."

Joy Hagy's essay is The Poet Visits Her Father-in-Law.
"Scum on the handle of the refrigerator and a giant greasy handprint on the glass kitchen table. He has turned his cup upside down again and a pool of orange juice coagulates on the clear surface."

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At 7:45 AM, Blogger Mary Akers said...

Mwaaa! Thank you, Linera!

 

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