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Field Dressed

by Lisa Kathleen Kang

Issue 7 :: Spring 2016 (poetry)

doe, lolling tongue
tree-hung torn


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"Field Dressed" is roughly 39 words.

Lisa Haag Kang is a poet and essayist whose work has appeared or is forthcoming in Hayden's Ferry Review, Spillway, Third Wednesday, The Examined Life Journal, and others. In June of 2013, her poetry chapbook Recombinant Loves was published as a runner-up in the Main Street Rag poetry-chapbook contest. Her poetry chapbook A Benign Sort of Cannibalism was the winning manuscript in the 2013 Clockwise poetry-chapbook competition and will be published later this year by Tebot Bach.