“I imagine turning to stare into the face” part of March 2021 Poetry We Admire from Palette Poetry

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I feel like I’m slowly combing through a year’s worth of writing updates. Forgive me for my lateness; I’m more prone to tweet updates than post them to this site.

But this past March my poem, “I imagine turning to stare into the face,” originally published in Kissing Dynamite, was part of the March 2021 Poetry We Admire: Change selections at Palette Poetry. Many thanks to Kim Harvey for compiling these poems, and for highlighting one of mine to be included in such a powerful roundup.

Check out the post here!

Published by Caroliena Cabada

Caroliena Cabada is a writer currently based in Lincoln, Nebraska. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing and Environment from Iowa State University, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Creative Writing, Fiction, from University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her writing has been published in online and print journals and anthologies, and has been selected for Best Small Fictions 2021.

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