by Arpine Konyalian Grenier
an eternal lack of selfhood and longing for ancestry I am creeping along
the sidelines of rhetoric and process hoping for an outcome that
transcends my ability to determine the good in it.
Konyalian Grenier holds graduate degrees from the American University of
Beirut and the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College,
New York. Her work has appeared in How2, Columbia Poetry
Review, Sulfur, The Iowa Review, Phoebe, Fence,
Verse, Big Bridge and elsewhere, including several anthologies.
She has repeatedly been chosen finalist for the National Poetry Series
and the Greg Grummer Award, and has authored two volumes of poetry.
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