Poem in Volume 1
“The Hairdresser” — Page 45
Stewart Florsheim lives in Piedmont, California. His poetry has appeared in many magazines including DoubleTake, Slipstream, Rattle, 88: A Journal of Contemporary American Poetry, and The Seattle Review. His poetry has also been included in the anthologies Unsettling America: Race and Ethnicity in Contemporary American Poetry (Viking Penguin, 1994), And What Rough Beast (The Ashland Poetry Press, 1999), and Bittersweet Legacy (University Press of America, 2001). He is also the editor of Ghosts of the Holocaust (Wayne State University Press, 1989), an anthology of poetry by children of Holocaust survivors.
Stewart Florsheim: “The Hairdresser” by Stewart Florsheim first appeared in his chapbook, The Girl Eating Oysters, which was published by 2River in April 2004, and is reprinted herein by permission of Stewart Florsheim. Copyright © by Stewart Florsheim.No Comments »