July 17, 2009 / Creative Writing
This is a second poem by Elizabeth Hoover that uses the photography of Saul Leiter as a source for meditative dialogue on the nature of an image.
Elizabeth Hoover recently completed her MFA in creative writing at Indiana University. Her poetry has appeared in the Atlanta Review, the Asheville Poetry Review, and Hayden's Ferry Review, among others. She was a recipient of the Won-Joon Yon Scholarship for Racial Tolerance and will be a resident at Writers in the Heartland in the fall.