What Kind by Martha Zweig
(Wesleyan Poetry Series)

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When the human family frightens us, we try to join the animals.
 

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Participant in the semi-revolutionary turmoil of the 1960s, Participant in the semi-revolutionary turmoil of the 1960s, Martha Zweig worked for a decade in the garment industry at Martha Zweig worked for a decade in the garment industry at Concord Manufacturing in Morrisville, Vermont, including a tConcord Manufacturing in Morrisville, Vermont, including a term as shop chair for the International Ladies' Garment Workerm as shop chair for the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, and another ten years as an advocate for seniorsers' Union, and another ten years as an advocate for seniors in northern Vermont, where she has lived since 1974. Zweig in northern Vermont, where she has lived since 1974. Zweig received a Whiting Writer's Award in 1999, and her poems havreceived a Whiting Writer's Award in 1999, and her poems have been published in many of the nation's leading literary ane been published in many of the nation's leading literary and political journals, including Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Fid political journals, including Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Field, The Boston Review, The Progressive, The Kenyon Review, eld, The Boston Review, The Progressive, The Kenyon Review, and Sojourner. Zweig's previous books include Vinegar Bone aand Sojourner. Zweig's previous books include Vinegar Bone and What Kind (Wesleyan, 1999 and 2003). Currently she voluntnd What Kind (Wesleyan, 1999 and 2003). Currently she volunteers for North Country Animal League and for Restorative Juseers for North Country Animal League and for Restorative Justice, a community organization promoting a post-police procetice, a community organization promoting a post-police process based on the "truth and reconcilation" approach developedss based on the "truth and reconcilation" approach developed in South Africa. in South Africa.
 
Published June 16, 2003 by Wesleyan. 116 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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