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FFing Paperback – July 19, 2011
About the Author
Meg Frances was born in Houston and raised in Rowlett, Texas. She has been writing poetry since she could scribble on the backs of school paper. As an adolescent, she often performed at local open mic events in the Dallas/Fort Wortharea. With the onset of the Iraq War, Meg became politically active. She has been heavily involved with progressive campaigns on a variety of issues, focusing mainly on environmental justice and human rights. She recently graduated from Southern Methodist University with a B.A. in Anthropology.
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Though she is light on the political science and heavy on the politicking, Meg Frances deserves her allusions to Whitman, her lines of sexual freedom and understanding will be with a reader for as long as the sun is. Her images leave a reader uncomfortable and changed. She is a poet as free with verse as her Poison Sex Queen is with her body. The poems concerning faith, race, a dark take on Amy Tan's mother/daughter relationship, and above all, sexuality, are too good to read just once. Meg Francis comes from the future to prepare the reader for what they will read in years to come.