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By Sarah Pinder

Common Place negotiates intimacy whereas navigating the complexities of reminiscence, addressing transferring, resilient our bodies and landscapes challenged through structures of capital and gear. From skinny threads of textual content messages throughout borders to encounters with strangers within the overwhelm of rush hour transit, Sarah Pinder explores seeing and being noticeable in our so much deepest and public of moments. With thought of, quiet urgency, those poems identify our ambiguous, aching current and glance in the direction of what comes next.

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