“Miss Peach, Female Impersonator,” a poem by Catie Rosemurgy

Here’s a fantastic poem by Catie Rosemurgy (one of this Friday’s Poetdelphia featured readers): “Miss Peach, Female Impersonator.” (Reading is at 6 o’clock, Cups and Chairs)


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About valeriefox

Valerie Fox is a poet and teacher. She teaches in the Dept. of English and Philosophy at Drexel University. Her most recent book is Poems for the Writing: Prompts for Poets, written with Lynn Levin. The Glass Book (Texture Press, 2010).Bundles of Letters, Including A, V and Epsilon (written with Arlene Ang) is a compilation/collaboration (Texture Press, 2008). Website: www.leafscape.org/vfox

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