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Natalie Diaz’s Postcolonial Love Poem has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for poetry, and Percival Everett's Telephone has been named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.

Eat Quite Everything You See

Leslie Adrienne Miller
Reading Miller's poetry has been likened to obtaining tickets to exotic places both real and imagined. In this fourth collection of her verse, she offers a wry and compelling series of wanderings through the ever-changing landscapes of Euorpe. With an inquisitive spirit and a generous sense of humor, Miller investigates the experience of otherness in a foreign land, exploring also the phenomena of human culture, womanhood, independence, desire, and love.

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A picture of "gutsy, solo, international life in verse"—Molly Peacock

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Leslie Adrienne Miller
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Leslie Adrienne Miller is the author of six collections of poetry, including Y, The Resurrection Trade, and Eat Quite Everything You See. She teaches at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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