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Marie Howe
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Further Reading

Howe, Marie, and Christopher Tilghman, eds., Ploughshares Winter 1992-93: Voices from the Other Room, Ploughshares Press, 1992.

Howe co-edited this special edition of the journal
Ploughshares, which features new and emerging poets
and fiction writers. This is a good book to read
for an idea of Howe's taste in literature. Contributors
include Michael Klein, Anne-Marie Levine, Fred
Marchant, Jeffrey McDaniel, Jane Mead, Malena
Morling, Suzanne Owens, Suzanne Paola, Candice
Reffe, and Martha Rhodes.






Prince, Ruth E. C., "The Impermeable Line: An Interview with Marie Howe," in Radcliffe Quarterly, Summer 1998.

Howe talks about her writing history and habits and
discusses her latest book, What the Living Do. This
issue also contains a few poems by Howe.

Sewell, Marilyn, Cries of the Spirit: A Celebration of Women's Spirituality, Houghton Mifflin, 2000.

Sewell collects poetry by a variety of women, and
from a woman's point of view, on topics including
marriage, death, birth...

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