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Michelle Provorny Cash

Michelle Provorny Cash, November 2012
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Michelle Provorny Cash, November 2012.
Photograph by Gabrielle Orcha.

Michelle Provorny Cash received her MFA from the University of Maryland. She is a poet and a prose writer and currently serves as JWA’s Director of Communications.

Blog posts

Waves Crashing on a Beach

Tracing My Ancestry Through Poetry

A few years after my grandfather passed away, my mother mentioned that for years he had refused to eat Spanish olives. I asked her why, and she said that he could trace his family history back to the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 and that this was his form of protest.

Topics: Poetry

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