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Patient Frame by Steven Heighton

Priscila Uppal discusses award-winning novelist, poet, and essayist, Steven Heighton's latest book, a collection of poetry called Patient Frame, an investigation of the morality of modern violence. March Montgomery recently chatted with Priscila and we will hear that conversation.

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