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Cheryl Pappas is one of those remarkably intuitive writers whose every word—every image—makes sense, coming together like an intricately woven tapestry. It’s only through analysis that her craft choices—the threads of that tapestry—truly become apparent. The common element in Cheryl’s work is control. Whether it’s a raw, unfurling anaphora like “Spent” in HAD, or aContinue reading “Cheryl Pappas on “Homework” and Hermit Crab Flash”
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