Kathleen Graber’s Poetry Featured in Poetry Daily
“Yesterday, a friend called to ask how long I think our grief
continues. He’s lost his gloves, the last gift his wife will ever give him.”
Fairleigh Dickinson University low residency MFA faculty Kathleen Graber’s poem, “New Year,” which was originally published in Issue 82 of AGNI, has been featured at Poetry Daily.
Kathleen Graber is the author of two poetry collections, including The Eternal City, finalist for the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award and winner of the Library of Virginia Literary Award for Poetry. Her poems have been chosen for The Best American Poetry (2012, 2014) and The Pushcart Prize. She directs the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Virginia Commonwealth University.
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