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What the Postcard Didn't Say by Shoshauna Shy

***Winner of an Outstanding Achievement Poetry Award from the Wisconsin Library Association

"These are postcards from the brink, not pastel cotton candy sunsets, but raw gritty snapshots of discomforting revelations and tumultuous transitions. Here are chipped souvenirs of alternate lives, miscommunications, inopportune discoveries. These poems are as hot as stolen cars; they burn the ink right off the page."

- Barbara Crooker, winner of The WB Yeats Society of New York Poetry Prize

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