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Candace Curran's poetry is "beautiful, ....
poised between ache and ecstasy: startling
images, like "she let him pull her / dignity
down / like a shade to the floor"
- Robert Cormier, author of
The Chocolate War and I Am the Cheese
She writes, "I pull on your fantasy so hard,
it comes off in my sign language hands,
a snake skin shining like spider silk in the
day bed, "Curran's poems are like that
shining spider silk, unexpected and replete
with multi-layered depth and fine craft."
- Lori Desrosiers, Westfield State College,
editor of Naugatuck River Review and