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“Round Baby Imagines Ships Made of Steel and Stars”

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Collaborators’ Q&A: Poet Sheila Squillante:  The artist was able to capture the celestial and biological spirit of the poem. So we get both outer space and inner space. And then, too, there is the technological—the pixilation of a television screen. It’s exciting. Artist Se Thut Quon: I am attracted to the poem’s employment of the science of vision.

Poet Sheila Squillante is the author of the poetry collection, Beautiful Nerve as well as three chapbooks. Artist Se Thut Quon lives in Kentucky.

 

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