Andrea Spofford

Andrea Spofford
Andrea Spofford is poetry editor of Zone 3 Press. She writes poems and essays, some of which can be found in The Citron Review, Paper Nautilus, Kudzu Review, and Composite: Arts Magazine. Her chapbook, Everything Combustible, is available from Dancing Girl Press.

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Place is to location is to geography is to where we are not. I drive from Texas, 24 hours of desert, four thousand windmills at Palm Springs a homecoming. One day the sky is red and the cloud cover so heavy everything glows. My front door is covered in ash the next morning. This is the point: I didn’t know I would love you for years.