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Antonia Clark

Antonia Clark works as a medical and science writer at the University of Vermont by day. By night she writes and plays the accordion. She lives in Winooski, Vermont.

— From October 1997
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

The Polish Language

A faint murmur weaves its way through my dreams, like a radio turned down low. It’s my mother’s voice, but I can’t understand what she’s saying. Sometimes, in the moment just before I wake, I hear her more clearly — urgent, insistent, warning.

October 1997
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