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Melissa Rhoades’ Fathoming Zero

Rhoades also reads "I am not thinking about the man" and a tanka poem [tiny white blossoms].

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Early european variants of the arabian digits. [Jean-Étienne Montucla, Histoire des Mathématiques, 1758 (1798 second edition), Tome 1, Planche XI]

“The mystical is not how the world is, but that it is.” –Ludwig Wittgenstein

Melissa Rhoades earned a Masters in Cultural Studies from Birmingham University, England, and an MFA in Poetry from Eastern Washington University. Her poems have been published in Redactions, Nerve Cowboy, Coal City Review, and other journals. Her poem “Dutch East India Company” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2003.

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