Alice Friman's latest poetry collection is Vinculum (Louisiana State University Press, 2011); the most recent of her previous volumes are The Book of the Rotten Daughter (2006) and Zoo (1999). Friman is poet-in-residence at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, and her podcast series, Ask Alice, can be viewed on the GCSU website at http://al.gcsu.edu/askalice.php
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