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Libby Harris

Libby Harris (she/her) reads English at the University of Cambridge. A writer of non-fic- tional prose and poetry, Libby’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Agave Review, essay magazine, CANVAS, and The Leaves. Though she journals obsessively, Libby mostly seems to write about fruits and vegetables. Frank O’Hara, Teju Cole, and Louise Glück are major influences.

On Tapers and Curves

A rebounding spray of water on bare skin, such innocent intimacy. Maintenance workers watering the softball field at a liberal arts college in March, Southern California; my father filling the paddling pool in July, Southern England. He’d stand with his weight on his left foot (a lingering football injury) and his hand on his right hip, the garden hose spewing

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