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July 31, 2015


Robin Coste Lewis

About This Poem


“I’m interested in Descartes’s mind/body split, how our disembodied go-go-go lives are often interrupted by events, coincidences, individuals—signs—those moments that remind us, blatantly, of all those sensations we hope to repress. In short, then, I suppose this poem is about that brilliant trickster Denial’s natural triumph over our own self-perception.”
Robin Coste Lewis


Robin Coste Lewis is the author of Voyage of the Sable Venus (Knopf, 2015). She is a Provost’s Fellow at the University of Southern California and lives in Los Angeles.

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