Poetry Month: Emily Dickinson Cartoon

By ROSANNA BRUNO 

April is POETRY MONTH, and we’re kicking it off with a satirical cartoon of local poet Emily Dickinson: girl voted most likely to dwell in possibilitycartoon

Get into the spirit of POETRY MONTH with this satirical cartoon of Emily Dickinson, who reminds us to be wary when travelling…

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Rosanna Bruno is a visual artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Poetry Month: Emily Dickinson Cartoon

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