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The University of Iowa Press is a well-regarded academic publisher serving scholars, students, and readers throughout the world with works of poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction. As the only university press in the state, Iowa is also dedicated to preserving the literature, history, culture, wildlife, and natural areas of the Midwest. For scholars and students, we publish reference and

The University of Iowa Press is a well-regarded academic publisher serving scholars, students, and readers throughout the world with works of poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction. As the only university press in the state, Iowa is also dedicated to preserving the literature, history, culture, wildlife, and natural areas of the Midwest. For scholars and students, we publish reference and

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Calling all nature fans! Join Ames authors Pauline Drobney, Bill Gutowski, and Marlene Ehresman for a special reading of...
02/04/2023

Calling all nature fans! Join Ames authors Pauline Drobney, Bill Gutowski, and Marlene Ehresman for a special reading of their essays about the state of wildlife in Iowa as published in the new book TENDING IOWA'S LAND. This event will be held at Dog Eared Books on Friday, February 10th at 7:00pm. The reading will be followed by short Q&A hosted by Cornelia Mutel, editor of TENDING IOWA'S LAND.

For more information about this event: https://dogearedbooksames.com/events

And be sure to grab the book on our website: https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/tending-iowas-land

Happy birthday to our director, Jim! 🍰 This year we're celebrating birthdays around the Press with book recommendations....
02/01/2023

Happy birthday to our director, Jim! 🍰 This year we're celebrating birthdays around the Press with book recommendations. Jim's favorite recent reads are THE BOOKS OF JACOB by Olga Tokarczuk and MEMORANDUM FROM THE IOWA CLOUD APPRECIATION SOCIETY by Joseph G. Peterson!

THE BOOKS OF JACOB by Olga Tokarczuk (translated by Jennifer Croft)
"In the mid-eighteenth century, as new ideas—and a new unrest—begin to sweep the Continent, a young Jew of mysterious origins arrives in a village in Poland. Before long, he has changed not only his name but his persona; visited by what seem to be ecstatic experiences, Jacob Frank casts a charismatic spell that attracts an increasingly fervent following. ... The story of Frank—a real historical figure around whom mystery and controversy swirl to this day—is the perfect canvas for the genius and unparalleled reach of Olga Tokarczuk. "

https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/622518/the-books-of-jacob-by-olga-tokarczuk-translated-by-jennifer-croft/

MEMORANDUM FROM THE IOWA CLOUD APPRECIATION SOCIETY by Joseph G. Peterson
When his girlfriend asks about his life, Jim Moore doesn’t think there is anything to say and so he tells her “nothing happened,” or maybe he doesn’t know how to put it all into words or maybe he doesn’t want to. Like the pilgrims in Chaucer’s THE CANTERBURY TALES who pass the time telling stories while stranded in the Tabard Inn, MEMORANDUM tells the tale of a traveling salesman and what really happened over the course of his forty- six years.

https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/memorandum-iowa-cloud-appreciation-society

"Much I marvelled this ungainly fowl to hear discourse so plainly,Though its answer little meaning—little relevancy bore...
01/30/2023

"Much I marvelled this ungainly fowl to hear discourse so plainly,
Though its answer little meaning—little relevancy bore;
For we cannot help agreeing that no living human being
Ever yet was blessed with seeing bird above his chamber door—
Bird or beast upon the sculptured bust above his chamber door,
With such name as “Nevermore.”"

THE RAVEN by Edgar Allan Poe was published on this day in 1845! Ravens are incredibly intelligent birds. They have been known to use tools, play games, and imitate sounds - including human voices! Truly terrifying.

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01/27/2023

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Happy Environmental Education Day! Our latest favorite activity in environmental education has been reading TENDING IOWA...
01/27/2023

Happy Environmental Education Day! Our latest favorite activity in environmental education has been reading TENDING IOWA'S LAND, a dynamic and engaging series of reflections on the state of Iowa's land in the face of agricultural development edited by Cornelia F. Mutel. We're delighted to announce that a live reading of this anthology will be held on February 5th at !

For more information about this event, follow this link.
https://www.prairielights.com/live/cornelia-mutel-tending-iowa’s-land-anthology-reading

And be sure to check out the book here!
https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/tending-iowas-land

It's Virginia Woolf's Birthday! Woolf is best known for her intensely psychological and compelling works such as MRS. DA...
01/26/2023

It's Virginia Woolf's Birthday! Woolf is best known for her intensely psychological and compelling works such as MRS. DALLOWAY and ORLANDO, but did you know that she also wrote a biography of a dog? FLUSH follows Elizabeth Barrett Browning's cocker spaniel Flush through adventures with robbers and poets alike. Write what you wish to write— including biographies of spaniels.

"Every essay in this collection sings, makes you think in new ways, and draws the reader into a deeper appreciation of c...
01/25/2023
“down here in Tennessee”: An Interview with Drew Bratcher

"Every essay in this collection sings, makes you think in new ways, and draws the reader into a deeper appreciation of country music, of course, but the storytelling is wonderfully — and this is my highest compliment — human."

An interview with Drew Bratcher about his new book, “Bub: Essays From Just North of Nashville.”

Today we remember legendary author Ursula K. Le Guin on the 5th anniversary of her passing. Le Guin is best known for he...
01/22/2023

Today we remember legendary author Ursula K. Le Guin on the 5th anniversary of her passing. Le Guin is best known for her expansive Hainish universe and her EARTHSEA fantasy series, both of which have become pillars of modern sci-fi and inspired countless readers to explore the fantastical. ✨

Catch Cornelia Mutel on KXEL Waterloo's "Iowa This Week" this weekend! The program will air on Saturday and Sunday morni...
01/20/2023

Catch Cornelia Mutel on KXEL Waterloo's "Iowa This Week" this weekend! The program will air on Saturday and Sunday mornings, as well as twice on Monday - a condensed interview at 7:20am and a full recording at 9:40 am.

Listen live at: https://kxel.com

THE AMERICAN SONNET: AN ANTHOLOGY OF POEMS AND ESSAYS by Dora Malech and Laura T. Smith is on sale now!“...Sonnets thems...
01/20/2023

THE AMERICAN SONNET: AN ANTHOLOGY OF POEMS AND ESSAYS by Dora Malech and Laura T. Smith is on sale now!

“...Sonnets themselves train up to the present day and then introduce up-to-date reflections on the form, from major critics’ takes to up-and-coming poets’ thoughts: Jahan Ramazani on this ‘tightly wound global form,’ Meg Day's ‘Deaf and disabled existence,’ Timo Muller on Harlem Renaissance translation, arguments about neuroqueerness and autism in (wait for it) Robert Frost, and about where on Earth this form is going beyond the pentameter, beyond—or is it back to?—the past. ‘A sonnet is a mother,’ as the great Diane Seuss writes: here are its children.”—Stephanie Burt

https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/american-sonnet

Check out "Nature in the New Year," a poem by our very own Julie Hanson, author of the Iowa Poetry Prize winning collect...
01/20/2023
Julie Hanson: "Nature in the New Year"

Check out "Nature in the New Year," a poem by our very own Julie Hanson, author of the Iowa Poetry Prize winning collection, UNBEKNOWNST in The Yale Review!

A poem by Julie Hanson: "First my ear located it, / and then my eye—"

MLK Day is a time to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by continuing the fight for equality. To honor this...
01/16/2023

MLK Day is a time to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by continuing the fight for equality. To honor this day, we've put together a list of three ways you can get involved.

- Search for volunteer opportunities in your area using the AmeriCorps MLK Day project website.
https://americorps.gov/newsroom/events/mlk-day

- Volunteer to transcribe important records of black history for the Smithsonian or the Library of Congress.
https://transcription.si.edu/
https://crowd.loc.gov/

-Donate to organizations that fight for justice such as the Equal Justice Initiative or the ACLU.
https://eji.org/
https://www.aclu.org/

Congratulations to Mark Monmonier on being awarded Lifetime Achievement Honors by the American Association of Geographer...
01/14/2023

Congratulations to Mark Monmonier on being awarded Lifetime Achievement Honors by the American Association of Geographers!

Monmonier is recognized for over five decades of exemplary work in the fields of cartography and geographic communication. He is also the author of many scholarly works in the field of geography, including CLOCK AND COMPASS: HOW JOHN BYRON PLATO GAVE FARMERS A REAL ADDRESS, published by yours truly last spring.

Read more about Monmonier and the awards here! https://www.aag.org/2023-aag-awards-recognition/-monmonier

Happy National Poetry Break Day! This is a day for celebrating poetry, so we've put together snippets from our most rece...
01/14/2023

Happy National Poetry Break Day! This is a day for celebrating poetry, so we've put together snippets from our most recent poetry publications—including the forthcoming winners of the Iowa Poetry Prize, available this spring!

For more information about the upcoming Iowa Poetry Prize, check out this link: https://uipress.uiowa.edu/resources/prospective-authors/iowa-poetry-prize

More about the books here:
https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/sound-fury
https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/disbound
https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/kind
https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/lo

O! The time has come for a new release! THE AMERICAN SONNET: AN ANTHOLOGY OF POEMS AND ESSAYS edited by Dora Malech and ...
01/13/2023

O! The time has come for a new release! THE AMERICAN SONNET: AN ANTHOLOGY OF POEMS AND ESSAYS edited by Dora Malech and Laura T. Smith is available now!

“With keen observation and rigorous inquiry, THE AMERICAN SONNET documents and celebrates American poets’ vital contributions to an ancient, global verse form. The poems and essays collected here situate the ‘American sonnet’ within a centuries-long conversation about how poetry happens on the page and in the mind. By centering diverse, living American poets for whom the sonnet is a way to think deeply about social and political questions, this work offers a timely snapshot of our urgent literary moment. THE AMERICAN SONNET is a feast of discovery for all readers.”—Kiki Petrosino, author, WHITE BLOOD: A LYRIC OF VIRGINIA

https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/american-sonnet

We are happy to announce the winner of this year's Iowa Short Fiction Award! Congratulations to Thomas A. Dodson! And TH...
01/12/2023

We are happy to announce the winner of this year's Iowa Short Fiction Award! Congratulations to Thomas A. Dodson!

And THANK YOU to everyone who submitted work and to all of the short fiction readers out there!!

Save 40% on SYMPTOMS OF THE SELF: TUBERCULOSIS AND THE MAKING OF THE MODERN STAGE by Roberta Barker!“In SYMPTOMS OF THE ...
01/12/2023

Save 40% on SYMPTOMS OF THE SELF: TUBERCULOSIS AND THE MAKING OF THE MODERN STAGE by Roberta Barker!

“In SYMPTOMS OF THE SELF, Roberta Barker assesses the interplay of disease, dramaturgy, and subjectivity in theatrical depictions of tuberculosis, deftly tracking the ‘consumptive repertoire’ as it grew and transmuted on French, English, and American stages in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Beyond its historical value, Barker’s book is beautifully written; it renders the categories ‘reading for pleasure’ and ‘reading for research’ nearly indistinguishable from one another.”—Meredith Conti, author, PLAYING SICK: PERFORMANCES OF ILLNESS IN THE AGE OF VICTORIAN MEDICINE

https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/symptoms-self

Book Review: 'Sound Fury' by Mark Levine - Little Village
01/10/2023
Book Review: 'Sound Fury' by Mark Levine - Little Village

Book Review: 'Sound Fury' by Mark Levine - Little Village

Things not to do: read Mark Levine’s Sound Fury while battling a nasty rhinovirus. Here’s why: Levine (deftly) uses so many literary devices simultaneously that one really needs the full use of their faculties to experience Sound Fury (University of [...]Read More...

Happy birthday to our marketing intern, Kat! cake Continuing our series to celebrate UI Press birthdays, it's time for s...
01/08/2023

Happy birthday to our marketing intern, Kat! cake Continuing our series to celebrate UI Press birthdays, it's time for some book recommendations. Kat suggests the LOCKED TOMB series by Tamsyn Muir, and WELCOME TO DRAGON TALK by Shelly Mazzanoble and Greg Tito!

THE LOCKED TOMB Series by Tamsyn Muir
Le***an necromancers in space. Need I say more? "Brought up by unfriendly, ossifying nuns, ancient retainers, and countless skeletons, Gideon is ready to abandon a life of servitude and an afterlife as a reanimated co**se. She packs up her sword, her shoes, and her dirty magazines, and prepares to launch her daring escape. But her childhood nemesis won’t set her free without a service..."

Gideon the Ninth - Tordotcom Publishing https://publishing.tor.com/gideontheninth-tamsynmuir/9781250313195/

WELCOME TO DRAGON TALK by Shelly Mazzanoble and Greg Tito
In WELCOME TO DRAGON TALK, hosts of the official D&D podcast Shelly Mazzanoble and Greg Tito and their surprising guests show how this beloved pastime has amassed a diverse, tight-knit following of players who defy stereotypes.
Welcome to Dragon Talk
https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/welcome-dragon-talk

Today is National Cuddle Up Day! Cuddle up with a good book and enjoy this cozy winter evening. Looking for a new read? ...
01/07/2023

Today is National Cuddle Up Day! Cuddle up with a good book and enjoy this cozy winter evening.

Looking for a new read? Check out our website for your next great read! We've got novels, short fiction, poetry, history, theatre, nature, and more! https://uipress.uiowa.edu

Featured Title 2023: Khabaar
01/06/2023
Featured Title 2023: Khabaar

Featured Title 2023: Khabaar

​This year, Treasure Valley Reads features Khabaar: An Immigrant Journey of Food, Memory, and Family. Khabaar is a food memoir and personal narrative that braids the global journeys of South Asian...

01/06/2023

We're welcoming a new year at the Tallgrass Prairie Center with the premiere of a magical presentation from Chris Helzer, acclaimed photographer and author. Chris will join us via Zoom on Thursday, Jan. 19, to explore "The Hidden Mysteries of the Winter Prairie." To register for this free presentation, visit https://uni.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_YSZG8iPrTjWNXGtqoBg45A

Chris is Director of Science for The Nature Conservancy in Nebraska, where he conducts research and evaluates prairie management and restoration work. He is also dedicated to raising awareness about the value of prairies through his photography, writing and presentations. Chris is author of The Prairie Ecologist blog, and two books: The Ecology and Management of Prairies in the Central United States and Hidden Prairie: Photographing Life in One Square Meter. Visit https://prairieecologist.com to see Chris' amazing work.

TENDING IOWA'S LAND: PATHWAYS TO A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE edited by Cornelia F. Mutel is now 25% off!“As a lifelong Iowan, t...
01/05/2023

TENDING IOWA'S LAND: PATHWAYS TO A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE edited by Cornelia F. Mutel is now 25% off!

“As a lifelong Iowan, this tapestry of science, history, and personal stories moved me to think about our changing climate and my own actions. While many of our current circumstances seem dire, Connie and the amazing team of contributors gave me hope by shining a bright light on the path forward.”—Joe McGovern, president, Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation

https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/tending-iowas-land

Cue curtain (cough)! SYMPTOMS OF THE SELF: TUBERCULOSIS AND THE MAKING OF THE MODERN STAGE by Roberta Barker is availabl...
01/04/2023

Cue curtain (cough)! SYMPTOMS OF THE SELF: TUBERCULOSIS AND THE MAKING OF THE MODERN STAGE by Roberta Barker is available now!

“In this insightful comparative study of the theatrical history of tuberculosis, the stage prop of the blood-stained handkerchief rematerializes as an expression not simply of a character’s pathology but of their very humanness, that is, their possession of an interior and authentic self. . . . By the end of the book, one wonders whether the modern Western theatre would itself have even come into existence without the corresponding rise of such a horrific disease.”—Amy Holzapfel, author, ART, VISION, AND THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY REALIST DRAMA: ACTS OF SEEING

https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/symptoms-self

Happy New Year! We wish you the best of luck in discovering your new voice! ✨, , , , , ,
01/01/2023

Happy New Year! We wish you the best of luck in discovering your new voice! ✨

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Today's review highlights the fantastic short fiction of 2022! If you submitted work to the 2022 Short Fiction Awards, r...
01/01/2023

Today's review highlights the fantastic short fiction of 2022! If you submitted work to the 2022 Short Fiction Awards, remember to keep your eyes out for the winners this spring!

THE WOODS by Janice Obuchowski
In the tradition of Elizabeth Strout’s OLIVE KITTERIDGE and Sherwood Anderson’s WINESBURG, OHIO, these stories follow people who carry private griefs but search for contentment. As they try to make sense of their worlds, grappling with problems—worried about their careers, their marriages, their children, their ambitions—they also sift through the happiness they have, and often find deep solace in the landscape.

ANTIPODES by Holly Goddard Jones
These stories contemplate our current reality with both frankness and hard-earned hopefulness, realism and fabulism, tackling parenthood, environment, and the absurd-but-unavoidable daily toil of worrying about mundane matters when we’ve entered “an era of unknowability, of persistent strangeness.”

STORIES NO ONE HOPES ARE ABOUT THEM by A.J. Bermudez
At once playfully dark and slyly hopeful, STORIES NO ONE HOPES ARE ABOUT THEM explores convergences of power, privilege, and place. Big things happen in this collection. But it’s also a collection of small intimacies: misremembered names, chipped teeth, and private rituals; unexpected alliances and barely touched knees beneath uniform skirts; minutiae of the natural world; incidents that quietly, achingly, and delightfully transgress the familiar.

And check out the books here!
https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/woods
https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/antipodes
https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/stories-no-one-hopes-are-about-them

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Have you registered yet for our next Public Scholarship panel on Publishing in the Public Humanities? It will have a humanities focus, but the topics covered will also be relevant to scholars in other fields. Please join us!

How do you publish on a co-creative community collaboration, a scholarly podcast, or a multimedia project that respects Indigenous protocols? How do you co-publish with a non-university community partner? What does peer review look like for publicly engaged scholarship?

For this panel and mini workshop event, we’ve invited three editors representing different university presses in Canada and the U.S. to present on publication opportunities for publicly engaged work. Following the panel, editors will host individual breakout sessions with a smaller cohort of registrants for a more focused discussion session.

Panelists:
- Darcy Cullen, Founder of RavenSpace Publishing & Assistant Director, Acquisitions at UBC Press
-Teresa Mangum, Director of the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies & Co-Editor of the Humanities and Public Life Book Series at University of Iowa Press
-Siobhan McMenemy, Co-Director of the Amplify Podcast Network & Senior Editor at Wilfrid Laurier University Press
-Paige Raibmon (Moderator), Professor, UBC Department of History & Editor, BC Studies

Thursday, February 9, 2023
10:00 am-12:30 pm (Pacific Time)
Online via Zoom
Register to save your spot:
On February 9, join UBC Public Humanities and editors from UBC Press, University of Iowa Press, Wilfrid Laurier University Press and BC Studies to discuss publication opportunities for publicly engaged work.

Learn more and register ⬇️
On the feed today is one from University of Iowa Press! 'Khabaar' is a food memoir and personal narrative that braids the global journeys of South Asian food through immigration, migration, and indenture.

Focusing on chefs, home cooks, and food stall owners, the book questions what it means to belong and what does belonging in a new place look like in the foods carried over from the old country.

Find out more on the bookstore.
Tonight, tonight, tonight! Delighted to virtually host Nancy Reddy and Emily Pérez at 7pm ET! Co-editors of last year's anthology THE LONG DEVOTION: POETS WRITING MOTHERHOOD (University of Georgia Press), they'll read from & discuss their latest books, POCKET UNIVERSE (LSU Press) and WHAT FLIES WANT (University of Iowa Press), as well as motherhood, creativity, and the writing life.

RSVP:
whitewhalebookstore.com/events/20230125
"The collection, read one way, is about growing up under the influence of stories and songs. But it’s also about how all of us bring to bear, in adulthood, the art and ideas we were exposed to as kids, about the way we use those things to help us get our bearings."

M. Randal O'Wain interviews Drew Bratcher on BUB. University of Iowa Press

It's our second virtual event of 2023, and we're delighted to be hosting Nancy Reddy and Emily Pérez! Co-editors of last year's anthology The Long Devotion: Poets Writing Motherhood (University of Georgia Press), we're celebrating their latest, Pocket Universe (LSU Press) and What Flies Want (University of Iowa Press). 1/25 at 7pm ET!
https://buff.ly/3BEnZ0m
Continuing our Christmas lists theme and this time it's what Dave wants.
Dave wants "Welcome To Dragon Talk" by Shelly Mazzanoble and Greg Tito, published by the University of Iowa Press
It's a book written by the hosts of the official D&D podcast all about that experience.
https://uipress.uiowa.edu/books/welcome-dragon-talk
Our Book of the Day is "Fretwork" by Michele Glazer (University of Iowa Press). Of Michele Glazer's extraordinary new poetry collection, Mary Szybist writes, "In 'Fretwork' [Glazer] is at her most personal, most grief-stricken, most original, and most spare ... Silence is both her tool and her subject, what she cuts with and through in order to remain attentive. Each hard-won moment is part of the push and pull of a mind alert and flexible enough to move and leap and recalibrate as it needs to. This is superb writing, always precise, unpredictable, authentic to its searching, unnervingly alive. I love this book for all the ways in which it remains gobsmackingly present to real bewilderment, while inhabiting a receptivity continually reoriented by care." If you’re in the mood for a collection of "devastating, funny, unsettling, and radiant" poems (Joanna Klink), stop by the store or call us on 512-322-2097.
The Graduate College is highlighting the accomplishments of the International Writing Program, University of Iowa Center for the Book, School of Library and Information Science, University of Iowa School of Planning and Public Affairs, and University of Iowa Press over the last year.

Read the article at: https://grad.uiowa.edu/news/2022/11/graduate-college-programs-excel-2021-2022.
We miss Chuy Renteria's presence on the Hancher staff every day even as we continue to deeply admire his work for the UI's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion team. (We know our friends in the University of Iowa Department of Dance are proud of him, too!)

His memoir, We Heard It When We Were Young, is an important look at Iowa from a perspective that is not always centered when people think about the State of Iowa. Through a collaboration with University of Iowa Libraries, the audio version of the book (published by University of Iowa Press) is available to everyone at no cost.

We're biased, but we think it is exceptional work.
Join us here at the Co-op Friday, 12/2 at 6pm for a conversation with Joseph G. Peterson on "Memorandum from the Iowa Cloud Appreciation Society" (from University of Iowa Press). He will be joined in conversation by Giano Cromley.

Register Here: http://ow.ly/3L3G50KCIKP
New 5Q interview w/ University of Iowa Press author Douglas Bauer about his book The Beckoning World. "The novel spans four decades and the breadth of the continent..." Bauer will read virtually from The Beckoning World at Prairie Lights Bookstore 1/18 @ 7pm.
New 5Q interview w/ University of Iowa Press author A.J. Bermudez about her book 'Stories No One Hopes Are About Them.' "These stories are truly all over the map––career criminals and lovable orphans are treated with equal respect..."
“…my recommendation to you is that you leave the drama on the page; don’t bring it to your publishing life. The rest is noise.” Madhushree Ghosh, author of Khabaar: An Immigrant Journey of Food, Memory, and Family (University of Iowa Press), offers advice for other debut authors: at.pw.org/MadhushreeGhosh
The hosts of (Greg Tito and Shelly Mazzanoble,) have a new book coming next month from University of Iowa Press. In these essays, they explore the interviews that impacted and inspired them most.
“The most challenging thing, for me, was believing that it could be done.” A. J. Bermudez's debut story collection is out now from
University of Iowa Press. In today’s she discusses her creative process, putting the collection together, and more: at.pw.org/10Q4Bermudez
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