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Contributions by Brian Barker:

“Snow Over Shavers Fork”

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Collaborators’ Q&A: Artist Elizabeth Terhune: The world of “Snow Over Shavers’ Fork” is the quiet blurry obfuscated world of snow falling, of graying weather enveloping the visual field. It is a world of disappearance, soft edges, only peculiar details remain. By definition, this is not a graphic world.

Poet Brian Barker‘s first book of poems, The Animal Gospels, won the Tupelo Press Editors’ Prize. His poems, reviews, and interviews have appeared in such journals as Poetry, Agni, Quarterly West, American Book Review, The Writer’s Chronicle, The Indiana Review, Blackbird, Sou’wester, and River Styx. Artist Elizabeth Terhune received her MFA from Hunter College and her BA from Oberlin College. She was the recipient of a Yaddo Fellowship in 1998. She has exhibited widely throughout the United States and recently had a one-person exhibition at the Lake George Arts Project, Lake George, NY.

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