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Waiting to March

September 29, 2010

by Monica Raymond

Waiting to March, Cambridge Carnival (photo by Monica Raymond)
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Cambridge Carnival. Central Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. August 2003.

 

Monica Raymond won the Castillo Prize in political theater for her play The Owl Girl, which is about two families in an unnamed Middle Eastern country who both have keys to the same house. She was a Jerome Fellow for 2008-09 at the Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis, among many other honors and awards. Her poetry has been published in the Colorado Review, the Iowa Review, and the Village Voice.

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  1. Peg
    October 6, 2010 at 10:03 am

    So much to see here — and it took me more than a minute to register that you saw this in Cambridge rather than in some other country. Thank you for sharing this glimpse.

  2. Jim Schulman
    October 14, 2010 at 10:48 pm

    A rare siting of the turquoise Owl Girl! – or is it D.H. Lawrence’s PLUMED SERPENT or his “Snake” on a carnal slither?

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