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PRISM interviews Elizabeth Ross: Poems, motherhood, and poems about motherhood

andrea bennett, PRISM‘s current poetry editor, interviewed former PRISM poetry editor Elizabeth Ross by email this week. Elizabeth Ross runs a blog called Occupational Hazards, writes poetry, and teaches at OCAD. She also has two pugs as well as a preternatural ability to determine exactly which volume of poetry should be on your nightstand right now. Keep reading to find out what she’s been up to, and which poem she’s picked to win PRISM‘s annual Earle Birney Poetry Prize.

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