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Self-Study And Anthropomorphism, Kitchen Pot

Michelle Gottschlich reads "Self-Study and Anthropomorphism, Kitchen Pot" and "Letter to Steven Ambrosini (written in code)."

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“All the details of my life were in exact order and yet I was tumbling in them—out of order like a tremendous wave had hit me and I was thrown off the ship and I awoke or dreaming, or dead I knew not—no I couldn’t speak.”
– Eileen Myles, Inferno, (a poet’s novel)

Michelle Gottschlich is a poet living in Bloomington, Indiana. She runs the monthly Second Sunday Poetry Open Mic, and her work has appeared in Poetry Quarterly, Canvas, Midwest Trash, and several local zines. Her first book Void Sets was published in 2015 by Monster House Press.

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