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Kenan Hall UNCW

 

Crowe’s poetry collection tells the story of her marriage. It “tracks my move from North to South with my Texas-born husband; when we were deciding on what neutral, congenial ground we could live and thrive together, we picked Asheville,” she explains. “I wrote so much of the book there — it provided a crucial remove from the landscape (both inner and outer) of my childhood and young adulthood.” Crowe is now a lecturer and MFA program coordinator at UNC Wilmington.

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