Josh Honn (b. 1979) is an academic librarian, writer and photographer living in Chicago. Author of the poetry chapbook, A Slow Archive (2015), he is currently working on two book projects: A Grief Lexicon, a work of poetic memoir and shadow photography, and A Million Tongues Are Calling for My Pen, a critical biography and collected works of the 20th century black socialist Ross D. Brown. His work has also appeared in Entropy and Asymptote, he posts images on Instagram, and his cat’s name is Gwen.

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“Pam Downing, In Memoriam: A Thank You Letter”