Melanie Hubbard has had work out recently in Typo and Swink. Her new favorite poet is Mary Ruefle. Hubbard is working on a book about Emily Dickinson’s manuscripts and milieu for which she has just won an NEH Fellowship. She lives in Ruskin, FL, with the poet A. McA. Miller and their daughter, Kylie.
Melanie Hubbard’s “(“A day for difficult…”)” appears in Caketrain Issue 03.
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