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In Some Beheadings, winner of The Believer Poetry Award, the "beheaded" poet asks, "What does thinking feel like," as she displaces her mind into landscape, exploring territories as disparate as India's Western Ghats and the cinematic Mojave Desert, and as absurd as insomnia and dream.
About the Author
ADITI MACHADO is an Indian poet. Previous works include Route: Marienbad and her translation of Farid Tali's Prosopopoeia. She is a PhD candidate in creative writing at the University of Denver.