Anne M. Doe Overstreet Rocks the Seattle Art Museum

There’s only one person in this world whose work I love so much that I actually chased her down and married her.

 

Anne read two spooky poems last night at the Seattle Art Museum as part of the release party for the new issue of Cranky. There was a wide variety of poetry presented there, from the provocative to the abstract to the lyrical to the political. Anne, true to her nature, delivered a couple of poems fraught with imagery of Red Riding Hood and wolves.

And her section of fans cheered enthusiastically.

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