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Angie Hogan

Angie Hogan is originally from Parrottsville, Tennessee. She earned her B.A. from Vanderbilt University and her M.F.A. from the University of Virginia. Her poetry appears in Ploughshares, Third Coast, The Greensboro Review, New Orleans Review, and Willow Springs among others. Her work has also been featured on Poetry Daily. She works in the acquisitions department at the University of Virginia Press.


For My Brother Who Died Before I Was Born

The cornflower Ford is half-sunken into earth, the color of the crayon. Front bumper knocked in, do you remember the accident? Inside Mama's belly, the thick shape of the steering wheel. That didn't kill you, no, it must have been the sad smell when [...]