Featured Poetry: Abby Woodward

Taken from a zine-making project, “SHE KNOWS THE FEELING OF PAINT” is a found poem by abby woodward.  In its current iteration, her zine aims to pair once-disparate images and texts into a new sort of cohesive sense-making. 

“SHE KNOWS the feeling of paint” was found in bits and pieces in various National Geographic back issues, most notably from an essay by Garrison Keillor titled, “There’s no place like home.”

Read abby’s poem below:

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Abby Woodward is about to graduate with her Master's in Children's Literature.  When she's not wading through books, she can be found making zines, thinking about angles, and plotting her next fried potato conquest. find her on Instagram @friesofharvardsquare

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