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A Hog Slaughtering Woman
David Marlatt



Inland Seas

New Issues Poetry & Prose
1996 • 50 pp. 6 x 8 1/2"
Poetry

$12.00 Paperback, 978-0-932826-49-7
$22.00 Hardcover, 978-0-932826-48-0

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“Reading A Hog Slaughtering Woman is not unlike discovering a box of daguerreotypes in the attic of an abandoned farmhouse or barn loft. Portraits: Katherine Daley, Katie Teppe, Uncle Frank, Roy Nickol, Great Grandma Agnes who tossed 'her slop pot / out the upstairs window every morning.'. . . Preserved here is a community of rural folk whose histories Marlatt so fully imagines that each character steps magically from still-life back into this world where past and present co-exist.”—Jack Driscoll



DAVID MARLATT still lives on the farm where he was born, near the village of Richland, Michigan. He is also a musician who plays trombone, bass sackbut, and fiddle. His poems have appeared in Nimrod, Passages North, Poetry Northwest, Sycamore Review, and elsewhere.



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