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Danni Quintos reads "IU Auditorium, Fools Day, for Nick Offerman, the biggest fool," "Somewhere in Tennessee," "Dad," and "Python."

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Photo: Danleo (Wikimedia Commons)

Reticulated python.

“Only a house quiet as snow, a space for myself to go, / clean as paper before the poem.” – Sandra Cisneros from A House of My Own

  Danni Quintos is a Kentuckian and an Affrilachian Poet. She holds an MFA from Indiana University. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Pluck!Toe GoodAnthropoid, and Best New Poets 2015. Rumor has it, she is knitting a cocoon, from which she will emerge when her thesis is done.

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