Liza Katz Duncan’s What Sparks Poetry Essay

May 28, 2024

Liza Katz Duncan’s essay about her poem “The Uncles,” from her AHP collection Given, begins:

I’ll never forget pulling up to the house in that remote beach town for the first time. It was exhilarating, like being at the edge of the world. In front of me, water, and water, and water. . .

Thank you to Poetry Daily for including Liza’s poem and essay in their “What Sparks Poetry” feature. To read the essay, visit their website here; to read the poem, go here.

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