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How a Mind is an Engine, a Tree by Rebecca Macijeski

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Rebecca Macijeski is a poet and Creative Writing Program Coordinator at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. This is kind of like being a professional imaginer. She loves certain poet-y things you might expect, like: tea, long days of reading by a rainy window, watching cat hair build up on her sweaters. She also likes things you might not expect: watching UFC, course planning, airports, when geese stop traffic to honk their little bodies across a bridge. She’s pretty much always reading, but she’s not always reading books. Sometimes it’s the way silence moves across the clustered canopies of trees or the exact path of a knife through bread. Or how an afternoon seems to unfurl itself differently just because you’re looking. Recent poems have appeared in Rockvale Review and Rappahannock Review. You can visit Rebecca online.




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