A selection of poems on the struggle for autonomy in dietary choices and in old age, from writer and professor of philosophy Felicia Nimue Ackerman.
Felicia Nimue Ackerman
Felicia Nimue Ackerman is a writer, poet, and professor of philosophy at Brown University. She writes a monthly column for The Providence Journal. You Are Old, Father William and The Fat Ladies Sing first appeared in The Los Angeles Times; Song of a Future Age first appeared in Blake House; Mina Says No to Hospice and Lenore in the Sunlight first appeared in The Providence Journal; A Narrow Fellow in the Glass and The Waist Is Larger than the Belt first appeared in The Emily Dickinson International Society Bulletin.