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Published by Harper Collins in 2003. Excerpted in Best American Non-Required Reading in 2002. Published as a chapbook by Future Tense Books in 2001. Poetry
“My Boyfriend Wears Lipstick” in Only Light Can Do That, 2017. Foreword