By Michael Collier
An person History describes the fears, anger, and guilt—personal, familial, societal, political, and historical—that contain a lifestyles. The determine of the speaker’s maternal grandmother who used to be institutionalized for 5 many years serves as an overriding metaphor for this haunting, daring new paintings by way of a necessary American poet.
from “An person History”
This used to be ahead of the time of lithium and Zoloft
before temper stabilizers and anxiolytics
and just about all the psychotropic medicinal drugs, yet no longer before
which the suicide O’Laughlin known as “handcuffs for the
It used to be ahead of, in the course of, and after the time of atomic
Auschwitz, the Nakba, DDT, and also you might take water
find solace in quarantines, perform shunnings,
or stand at Lourdes one of the canes and crutches.
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For permission to reuse this work, contact the University of Alabama Press. 28 / Attitudes and Practices epistemological tactics that run counter to normative ones (DuPlessis  2006, 14). I did not try to falsify or distort what I thought: that “feminine” writing tactics were the tactics that can be chosen by any nondominant group. The rhetorics and strategies are situational, not essentialist. This was not a popular ¤nding then, when we were, in general, in the full bloom of a dynamic, rather absolute and resolute, sense of female difference.