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Poetry Sunday: Joan Rivers, Audrey Hepburn, and Us

By Women's Voices For Change
Sighted in person in 2001, she was frightening—frozen, a waxen figure from "The Twilight Zone." Two weeks later, on TV, she looked better. In the 2010 documentary "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work," she looked even better—never particularly real nor her age, but more animated and more, well, human.
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Poetry

Poetry Sunday: Signs of the Times

By Women's Voices For Change
Once in a while, we like our Sundays to be lighthearted . . . sprightly . . . Ogden Nashian, even. In this mood, we turn to Caryl Avery, who likes to "take the ordinary and turn it on its head." Here, for your amusement, are several of Caryl's verbal headstands.
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