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“Some Kind Of Birth” By Kristen Renzi

Kristen Renzi reads her poems "Some Kind of Birth," "On Symmetry," and "Original Sin."


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Kristen Renzi

“Man is the being who is capable of recognizing himself as a victim. It is this definition that we must proclaim unacceptable.”
—Alain Badiou, Ethics (10–11)

Kristen Renzi earned her M.F.A. in poetry from Indiana University on Halloween of 2008, and she has poems forthcoming in Illya’s Honey and Monday Night.  She currently lives in Bloomington with her two cats, Kelpie and Popcorn, where she is finishing up her Ph.D. in English Literature.


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