Sandra Kohler's third collection of poems is Improbable Music (Word Poetry). Earlier collections are The Country of Women (Calyx) and The Ceremonies of Longing (University of Pittsburgh Press). Over the past thirty-five years, her poems have appeared in journals including the New Republic, Beloit Poetry Journal, Colorado Review, Gettysburg Review, and many others.
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