Article about Molly McCully Brown (CRF 2017) in the Kenyon Review. The article speaks about Molly’s past, her work, her strength, and her energy.

From Molly: “The truth is that I’m drawn—both as a reader and a writer—to the same things in poems and in essays: to surprise, to strangeness, to the simultaneous existence of joy and grief, to detailed and inventive descriptions of the body and . . . the mind, to lyricism and belief in beauty and a steely-eyed refusal to look away from what is most difficult.”

Read the full article here.