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Pelham Hills by Sara Eddy

Background photo: Skeeze/Pixabay, CC0.
Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Sara Eddy teaches composition and American Literature and tutors in the writing center at Smith College.  Her work has recently appeared in Panoply Zine and Surreal Poetics.  She grew up in, and now lives again, in Amherst, Massachusetts–and therefore loathed Emily Dickinson, until she grew up and realized Dickinson is our badass mother.  She believes in green stuff, black tea, kindness, and cussing, and lives with her husband, two teenagers, three beehives, and a periodically asshole cat in Amherst, Massachusetts.  She can be reached at

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