Four Poems by Maggie Millner

Wanda Film

Detail from the poster for the film Wanda, directed by Barbara Loden, 1970.

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Couplets 2
Couplets 3

Maggie Millner’s poems have appeared in the New Yorker, POETRY, Ploughshares, and elsewhere. She is the 2020–2021 Olive B. O’Connor Fellow in Poetry at Colgate University and a senior editor at the Yale Review.

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