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“When She Talks About Her Drowned Father” By Keith Leonard

Poet Keith Leonard reads "When She Talks About Her Drowned Father," We're Beginning to See What Cannot Stay," "Downburst," "Upheaval," and "Latitude."

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Keith Leonard

The body wishes to be held, & held, & what
Can you do about that?

–Larry Levis

Keith Leonard is an MFA candidate at Indiana University, where he serves as poetry editor of Indiana Review. A recipient of an Academy of American Poets award and an AWP Intro Journals Award nomination, Keith’s poems appear or are forthcoming in Best New Poets 2009, Laurel Review, Red Mountain Review, Quarterly West and Sentence.

On this edition of The Poets Weave, Leonard reads “When She Talks About Her Drowned Father,” We’re Beginning to See What Cannot Stay,” “Downburst,” “Upheaval,” and “Latitude.”

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