Mary Ruefle

poet, essayist, and professor


American poet and essayist, and professor at the Vermont College of Fine Arts

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Mary Ruefle: Madness, Rack, and Honey

from Bookworm

Mary Ruefle: Selected Poems

from Bookworm

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