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This week’s poem is by Kathryn Starbuck: “The Bed Sleeps with No One.” It appeared in our Summer 2012 issue on Burma. To download a high-resolution PDF of this image, click here.
Kathryn Starbuck’s first poetry collection is Griefmania
(Sheepmeadow, 2006), and her newest collection, Sex Perhaps
, is forthcoming. Poems from the new collection have been published (or will soon appear) in Poetry
, The New Yorker, The New Republic, Ploughshares
online, and Southwest Review
, among other journals. Some are anthologized in The Best American Poetry series. She is at work on her third book of poems. Along with Elizabeth Meese, Starbuck edited two volumes of poetry by her late husband George Starbuck. Click here to read more of Starbuck’s work.
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