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    Poem in Volume 1
    “A History of Blue ‘Everywhere I inquired I was told to look for blue’ ­Carl Phillips” — Pages 119-120

    Poet’s Note in Volume 1
    Sarah Brown Weitzman has had nearly 200 poems published in numerous magazines including Slant, Wisconsin Review, North American Review, American Writing, Potomac Review, Nassau Review, Rattle, America, Kansas Quarterly, Ekphrasis, Bellingham Review, and others. She has received a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in poetry and was twice a finalist in the Academy of American Poets’ Walt Whitman First Book Award. In 2003 she was a finalist for The Foley Prize and the National Looking Glass Poetry Chapbook Competition. Her chapbook, The Forbidden and Other Poems, was published in January 2004 by Pudding House Publications. A former New Yorker, she now lives and writes in Florida.

    Acknowledgments, Permission and Copyright in Volume 1
    Sarah Brown Weitzman: “A History of Blue” by Sarah Brown Weitzman was first published in North American Review, Vol. 288, Numbers 3 & 4, May-August 2003, and is reprinted herein by permission of Sarah Brown Weitzman. Copyright © by Sarah Brown Weitzman.

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