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In her new chapbook, I Was the Girl With the Moon-Shaped Face, Cassera’s world is filled with desert imagery, youthful nostalgia and a relatable realm that reflects on memories both delightful and pained.

Heather Lang Cassera delivers the story of a lifetime through poetry

November 15th, 2018

In her new chapbook, I Was the Girl With the Moon-Shaped Face, Cassera’s world is filled with desert imagery, youthful nostalgia and a relatable realm that reflects on memories both delightful and pained.

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