“In the beginning there were smoke-filled rooms. With men who shouted “wo-man” at their wives…”
ruth weiss Foundation: 2021 Maverick Poet Award Finalist
from “Common Knowledge”
I didn’t know clocks made sounds
until the first time I was home…” read more
The Roanoke Review
Abigail Carl-Klassen is a writer, researcher, poet, educator, translator, and activist. Raised in the oil fields of the Permian Basin, she earned an MFA in Bilingual Creative Writing from the UT El Paso. Her work has appeared in ZYZZYVA, Catapult, and Guernica, among others. The 2nd printing of her chapbook, Ain’t Country Like You, is forthcoming from Digging Press.
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