Sarah Trudgeon

Sarah Trudgeon is working on her first poetry collection.

Poem: ‘2006’

Sarah Trudgeon, 8 May 2014

after Seidel

The road trip ends in someone’s parents’ redone basement, All Berber and navy, and evergreen, Corona in the mini-fridge, rural New Jersey. On the big little-screen, The typhonic roar of the Olympiastadion, Berlin: Zidane knocks the wind out of Maserati – no, Materazzi! – And our housing bubble.

Earlier in the summer and further south, at Bonnaroo, A...

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