With strong imagery and a distinctive voice, the poems in Not Me acknowledge the absurdity of life, both everyday and imagined. Using language that mixes the real with the surreal, Joanne Lowery responds to a variety of experiences with amazement, insight, regret, and a quirky sense of humor. These poems express the reflections of an outsider bemused by the world around her and by her own bittersweet emotions.
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