Rachel Loden, whose The Richard Nixon Snow Globe is like logopoeic razorwire.
Temperamentally, she can't write a mushy line -- and this an age where indeterminate
and fuzzy and poetry are practically synonyms. She could win all the Prizes,
she's so clear and good, but you know her combat boots would scare away all
the gentle administrators.
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