42.2 Feature: Shelley Puhak’s Multimedia Guide through “Eva, she kill her one daughter”

Apr 12, 2016 | Archive, Feature

Shelley Puhak is a poet and essayist from Baltimore. She is the author of two poetry collections, the more recent of which, Guinevere in Baltimore, was selected by Charles Simic for the Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize. Her essays have appeared in Creative NonfictionFourth GenreSalon, and The Weeklings.

42.2 contributor Shelley Puhak accompanies her essay, “Eva, she kill her one daughter,” with the following companion maps, photos, and video.


 

1.1 ANNA'S HOUSE

1.2 ANNA SINGING

2.1 THE CHURCH

2.2 CHURCH INTERIOR

3.1 THE GRAVEYARD

3.2 THE HEADSTONE

4 THE WELL