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About the Author
Ann Hudson grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia. Her poems have appeared in many literary journals including Crab Orchard Review, Iris, North American Review, Prairie Schooner, and The Seattle Review. She lives in Chicago.
In crisp, compelling and often ironic lines, Ann Hudson's Glow paints Marie Curie's drive, courage and genius, as well as the troubling side-effects of her scientific work with radium. These poems capture the disturbing interface between science and industry, exploiting the cultural mystique surrounding the newly discovered element. -Ralph Hamilton
Ann Hudson's Glow burns through lives and half-lives, singing for what dies, what survives. Poems meditate on speed, duration, efficiency, memory, time as money, the science of time. Haunted by those painted watch and clock faces and all it meant to paint them, these poems are radiant. Luminous. -Liz Ahl