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Susan Gubernat


Interviewed by: Angela Elam

Catalog Number: 20000126

Winner of the 1998 Marianne Moore Poetry Prize for her debut book Flesh, Susan Gubernat reads from the work, which deals with the realities of working class life in America. A graduate from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, Gubernat was heralded by Carolyn Kizer as “a refreshing new voice in American poetry.”

| Subject Matter: Working Class Life in America | Interview Year: 2000 | Genre: Poetry | Awards: Marianne Moore Prize |

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