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Dianne Borsenik from NightBallet Press said this:
“Clearly, MacBain-Stephens understands the texture of words, understands the need to feel them on teeth and tongue. In one poem, she writes ‘We are accustomed to the language of the torso.’ Her language is that of the synapse, firing off psychedelic sparks that invite, intrigue, and infiltrate.”
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Jennifer is a writer who currently lives in Iowa City, Iowa. She is interested in writing poetry, reading poetry, walking in the woods, making little weird crafty things, taking photos, painting, collage, putting things in little boxes and then putting those boxes in odd places, petting furry and non-furry beasts, listening to music in the car, gardening, and designing DIY projects made of felt or old vintage fabrics. She works for two different professors at two different universities. She also wrote four YA non-fiction books a world of time ago when she lived in NYC. One of the women scientists she wrote about knew her grandfather from NYU and her grandfather had a cool story about her. So that was cool.
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