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Bellevue Literary Review

Okahandja Lessons
in - Bellevue Literary Review — Vol 8 No. 1

Excerpt - Welcome to Namibia! The battered wooden sign stood at the edge of a highway that was strewn with piles of twisted, smoking metal...

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Emmett Till 1955
in - Red Mountain Review

Excerpt - Now the coffin lay open on the South Side, the wrong side, and we sit in the church’s mouth and watch things in reverse. Daddy shakes for the Lord.

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Original Voices

Poster Child featured in
original Voices

January 2007

In January 2007, Poster Child was chosen for the Original Voices program. To read more, [click here]

 

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Learning Color
Cimarron Review

Excerpt -The sun in Namibia is an extrovert,
spreads its bright chatter everywhere,
bleaches earth and sky the same hot-white,
wheat-white and then, at night...

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Francesca Woodman
Prepares

in - Silent Voices

Excerpt - Francesca sits on an empty paint can and watches the East Village resurrect itself. A man hoses down the sidewalk in front of the 12th Street Deli. Birds fly from window to window. Wrapped in wool jackets and scarves...

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Eulogy for a Wednesday
terminus Magazine

Excerpt - No myths today. The upward drafts of chill
afternoon are set like rabbit sticks in the road:
trip here over the metal-frantic knock of the gate lock...

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Legacy
STORYQUARTERLY

Excerpt - For two hours each week, Michael Farrell answers questions about Ireland. It is the autumn of 1993. The students in the Modern Irish Politics class pitch the questions eagerly, their bright college scarves and wool turtleneck sweaters showcasing soft, intelligent faces...

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Seque

The Road Through
Seque

Excerpt - The mothers’ dark mother tongues weave images inside my ear syllables that sound the way
light must feel as it moves through lace its path undetectable...

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NPR Interview

Listen to Fresh Air from WHYY, January 16, 2007
"Writer Emily Rapp's left foot was amputated when she was four years old, and she has worn a prosthetic device ever since. Her book is Poster Child: A Memoir."

From WNYC — New York Public Radio
The Brian Lehrer Show — An Interview with Emily Rapp and Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts.

Brian Lehrer
Emily Rapp Talks about Poster Child [VIDEO]
Writer Emily Rapp is interviewed by Foster Johnson of SuperAM Magazine in this comprehensive 12 minute video.
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