One Poem by Suzanne Richardson


Illustration by Sara Dietz.

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Margarita Gracheva’s italicized statements were taken from interviews available here and here.

Suzanne Richardson earned her MFA in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the University of New Mexico. She currently lives in Clinton, New York where she’s an Assistant Professor of English at Utica College. She teaches English and creative writing. More about Suzanne and her writing can be found here. You can also find her on Twitter @oozannesay

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