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Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Monday, February 11 - Toni Mirosevich

Today’s guest is Toni Mirosevich, author of Pink Harvest: Tales of Happenstance, a collection of personal and political essays which won the “First Series: Creative Nonfiction” Prize from Mid-List Press. Mirosevich is author of fiction and essays, poetry and a chapbook, in addition to the collections The Rooms We Make Our Own and Queer Street. About her Carolyn Chute says “Mirosevich writes the multitudinal facets of the DNA of a human soul…no, the DNA of all of gigantic humanity. Reading along, I am hopelessly snagged between reverence and out-of-control brays of laugher. Mirosevich is breathlessly wise, and she’s a smartass.”
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