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Review of “Line Study of a Motel Clerk”

October 14, 2018

It is often said that the only people who read poetry books are other poets. While that may well be true within the small worlds of individual MFA programs, we here on HoundArt are all about grown-up life in the real world. So I’m pleased to say I read poetry. I read it for pleasure, for intellectual stimulation, and as a form of public service. Possibly the best thing anyone can do for a book is write and publish a review that will help others discover it.

I am grateful to the team at the Same for putting Line Study of a Motel Clerk by Allison Pitinii Davis into my hands. My review is now live and you can read it here.


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