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Contributions by Alison Pelegrin:


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Artist Regin Igloria: I was immediately drawn to the title for various reasons but after reading it, certain words like water, sandbags, car trips, roadkill, long walks all resonated with my own work. It was a natural fit to me. Poet Alison Pelegrin: I had water and floods on my mind, and I thought those elements might be reflected in the artwork. I also thought I might see the color blue.

Collaborators: Poet Alison Pelegrin is the author of four poetry collections, most recently Waterlines (LSU 2016). Artist Regin Igloria maintains a multidisciplinary studio practice in Chicago. In 2010, he founded North Branch Projects, a community program to help expand the creativity of others through the book arts.

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“In Livingston Parish, Dreaming of Li Po”

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Collaborators’ Q&A What did you think an artist would pick up on from your poem? Poet Alison Pelegrin: I can tell you what I feared—Southern Gothic Junkyard. What inspires you in this poem? Artist Cheryl Gross: What inspired me the most was the fact that I was able to apply artwork [I’d created before ever reading the poem] and have it fit perfectly. Did the visual artist refract any element of the poem that made you see …

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