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Author: Shaindel Beers

“Creep”: Thoughts on Abuse and Survival

Shaindel Beers writes in with this response to Dan Coffey’s post, “Do Poets Dig Radiohead?” Shaindel is the author of two full-length poetry collections, A Brief History of Time (2009) and The Children’s War and Other Poems (2013), both from Salt Publishing. She teaches at Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton, Oregon, and serves as Poetry Editor of Contrary Magazine. Radiohead is one of those bands that I wish I knew better. There’s something uncanny about Thom Yorke’s lyrics, about the way he understands the human psyche. I feel a bit torn explicating “Creep” when it is the one...

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