Joanna Penn Cooper

Poet, essayist, and artist Joanna Penn Cooper is the author of The Itinerant Girl’s Guide to Self-Hypnosis, What Is a Domicile, and Crown. She is also the author of the recent chapbooks When We Were Fearsome and Wild Apples. Her work has appeared in the Academy of American Poets Poem-a-Day feature, as well as South Dakota Review, Zócalo Public Square, The Tiny, Posit, and other journals. With Jessica Mesman, she writes about art, film, culture, and melancholy moms. She lives in Durham, N.C.

Joanna Penn  Cooper

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