The New Yorker runs Jane Vandenburgh’s poem “When Grace at the Bliss Cafe Calls”

The New Yorker runs Jane Vandenburgh’s poem “When Grace at the Bliss Cafe Calls”

The New Yorker ran “When Grace at the Bliss Cafe Calls,” a poem by Counterpoint author Jane Vandenburgh. Jane is the author of A Pocket History of Sex in the Twentieth Century: A Memoir and The Wrong Dog Dream: A True Romance. View the full poem here as well as the audio clip of the poem read by the author.