Corie Feiner (formerly Herman), current Pushcart nominee and finalist for the 2000 Randall Jarrell and 1998 Sue Saniel Elkind Poetry Prizes, has appeared in Kalliope, Caylx, 5 AM, and Phoebe, among others. Her first collection, Radishes Into Roses, was published by Linear Arts Press. Currently, she is a writer-in-residence in New York City public schools, libraries, and community centers.
Corie Feiner’s “Strength,” “The Same Man,” “Normal,” “The Cellar,” “Memory of Making Meatloaf,” and “Rage” appear in Caketrain Issue 01.
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