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Christine Hume

Christine Hume

Intersecting languages

From the March, 2003 issue

Christine Hume, a fairly recent addition to the EMU creative writing faculty and an active member of the local writing community, is one of the leading younger American poets exploring the intersection of various kinds of language. For instance, her first book, a winner of the Barnard New Women Poets Prize, is called Musca Domestica. Yes, that is indeed the

 
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