the catalog of daily fears by Beth Dufford.
"Beth Dufford's poems frame our fears as well as the terror we are still collectively ok with. With stark humor and steep enjambments, the poems' titles, tonal shifts, size and shape make news of spells, missing women, domestic violence, war, religion, surveillance, protests and political financiers all feel like a scroll through your favorite media feed. 'Because So Much Has Been Sold in the Name of Convenience'if you zoom out far enough [our fear] seems really small."
Valyntina Grenier, author of In Our Now and Fever Dream/Take Heart
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