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Author: Megan Levad

Selected as Tavern Books' 2014 Wrolstad Contemporary Poetry Series poet, Levad is the author of WHY WE LIVE IN THE DARK AGES (Tavern Books, 2015). Her poems have appeared in journals such as Denver Quarterly, Fence, Mantis, and Tin House, among others, and in the Everyman's Library anthology Killer Verse. She also writes lyrics for composers Tucker Fuller and Kristin Kuster. Her debut libretto Kept: A Ghost Story premiered at the Virginia Arts Festival in May 2017. Levad lives in San Francisco.

What Have I To Say To You
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What Have I To Say To You

Tavern Books

Poetry. Whip-smart, funny, and intimate, WHAT HAVE I TO SAY TO YOU is Megan Levad's much-anticipated second full-length poetry collection. Taking as its impetus the William Carlos Williams phrase 'the stain of love is upon the world,' the book wande...

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Why We Live in the Dark Ages
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Why We Live in the Dark Ages

Tavern Books

Poetry. WHY WE LIVE IN THE DARK AGES considers how information about science and history is transmitted through language, rather than empirical experience—and how successful that transmission often is, despite its flaws. Levad holds her poems up to ...

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