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“The Journey Conceived As” By Margaret Ronda

Ronda reads her poems "The Journey Conceived As," "Short Fiction," and "Fateful Tale."

Margaret Ronda

Photo: courtesy of the poet.

Margaret Ronda.

“Poetry at this time, I believe, has the capacity and perhaps the obligation to enter those specific zones known as border. …The border names the condition of doubt and encounter which being foreign to a situation (which may be life itself) provokes. Like a dream landscape, the border landscape is unstable and perpetually incomplete.”    
- Lyn Hejinian

Margaret Ronda is a poet, a teacher, and a mother. Her book of poems, Personification, won the 2009 Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize and was published in 2010. Her poetry has appeared in AGNI, Seattle Review, Pool, Gulf Coast, and other journals. She currently teaches American literature and poetry-writing at Indiana University.

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