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Kathryn Brewer is currently promoting Maimonidean obscurity whilst simultaneously cultivating her image as a poet by frequenting dark corners and brooding over caffeinated beverages. In her free time she drinks tea, practices yoga, and leads raft tours down the Nile River. She drives a golden Buick and grows lavender.
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"Elegy on an Anvil: For Edward F. Brewer,"
Cedarville Review: Vol. 14, Article 2.
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