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Living in the Well by Tricia Knoll

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Tricia Knoll does not live in a well, but she admires moss after many years living in Oregon. Her work often centers around place and falls into an eco-poetry category. Her collected poems appear in Urban Wild , Ocean’s Laughter, and BroadforkFarm.  For three years she worked on How I Learned to Be White which comes out from Antrim House press in March, 2018 – and during that time she did feel like she was lurking on the slippery slope. Read more about her work, reviews of How I Learned to Be White and poems at

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2 thoughts on “Living in the Well by Tricia Knoll Leave a comment

  1. Tricia,

    I love this piece! Thanks for sharing it with us. It reminds me of a Slam poem I wrote. I will now check out, How I learned to be White. Cheers!

    your fellow February PP&P contributor,

    Mike Nichols

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