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Marie Howe

Marie Howe (author page at Amazon) is the author of three collections of poetry: The Good Thief (Persea, 1988), What the Living Do (W. W. Norton, 1999), and The Kingdom of Ordinary Time (Norton, 2009). (updated 6/2010)

Howe’s AGNI poem “Menses” won a Pushcart Prize and is reprinted in the 1988 anthology.

Read “The Complexity of the Human Heart: A Conversation with Marie Howe” by David Elliott in AGNI Online.

AGNI has published the following work by Marie Howe:

Gretel, a Sudden Clearing
Gretel, from a Sudden Clearing
Jane Kenyon’s Constance
Mary’s Argument
Song of the Spinster
The Split

and read more

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