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“Exposure” By Sue Swartz

Bloomington poet Sue Swartz reads "Why the Young Woman Hides her Baby Behind the KMart," "Outside Tapatios Bar," "Exposure," and two haikus.

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Photo: John “Jay” Glenn (flickr)

A new face?

“The purpose of art is washing the dirt of daily life off our souls.”
- Pablo Picasso

Sue Swartz lives in Bloomington, Indiana, where she creates art both written and visual, prays, plays, loves, and tries to make the world a more just place. She was a 2009 Indiana Arts Commission award recipient, and her poetry was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2010. She never has enough time.

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Terrain.org
New Vilna Review

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