Three Poems by Allyson Paty

Norah Maki Allyson Paty Bomb

  Norah Maki, Vanitas (oranges with death mask of hair), 2014. Graphite, ink, hair.

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Allyson Paty’s poems can be found in Boston Review, The Brooklyn Rail, jubilat, The Literary Review, Tin House, the PEN Poetry Series, and elsewhere. She was a 2017 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in Poetry and a 2017-2018 participant in the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace Program. With Norah Maki, she is co-founding editor of Singing Saw Press.

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