Here’s a pocketful of posies and poesie—glossy whatnots, gold stars, confetti, seeds, sequins, ticket stubs, loose ends, notions, trinkets, curiosities, pressed flowers, marginalia, and sundries.
Salutations! I’m Ida Stewart. I’m the author of Gloss (Perugia Press, 2011), and my poems have appeared in a number of journals, including Field, The Laurel Review, Linebreak, and The Journal. I hold an MFA in creative writing from The Ohio State University, and I’m currently a PhD in creative writing candidate at The University of Georgia. I’m a co-editor of Unsplendid and have also served as an editorial assistant at The Georgia Review. A native of beautiful West Virginia, I currently reside in an ivy-engulfed barn in Athens, Georgia.
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