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“The History Of Missing Person 375: Part 3. Wash-Day” By Ben Debus

Ben Debus reads his poems "Seeing," "The History of Missing Person 375: Part 3. Wash-day," and "The History of Missing Person 375: Part 4. A."

Photo: Nathan Eaton Jr. (flickr)

"... the subject of a washing machine arose..." (from The History of Missing Person 375: Part 3. Wash-day by Ben Debus)

Ah, Sir, you dwellers in the city cannot enter into the feelings of the hunter.
–Bram Stoker, Dracula

Ben Debus is a graduate of Indiana University’s MFA program. His poems have appeared most recently in Spoon River Poetry Review, Cincinnati Review, and Lumina. He lives near Detroit with his wife, poet Cate Whetzel, and teaches at a local university.

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