Amy Dryansky is the author of the poetry collections Grass Whistle (Salmon Poetry, 2013) and How I Got Lost So Close to Home (Alice James Books, 1999). Her poems have appeared in Orion, New England Review, and Harvard Review.
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It remains one of our best, and most imaginative, literary magazines.