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This poetry collection explores the boundaries of aging and death, yet brings us universal questions we need answered. Banshees is a “voice in the morning air directing supplications upward from the mausoleum of the throat.”

"Like the mythological banshees of the book's title, Eileen P. Kennedy's poems arrive as messengers, for they are passionate, fierce, and insistent about what they've witnessed."

--Holly Wren Spaulding, Author of Pilgrim and The Grass Impossibly

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