The Lazarus Project

The Lazarus Project is a collection of poems based on photos found in antique stores, junk shops, and over the internet, separated from their history, lost in boxes, drawers, or attics until their families are gone or whoever finds them no longer knows who they were or what they did. In a sense they represent the history which the poet Thomas McGrath said we threw out the back of the wagon train on our way out west. K.C. Hanson gives voice to the people in the pictures—rescues them, and us, from time.

K.C. Hanson of Moorhead, MN K.C. Hanson received his MFA from Minnesota State University Moorhead, and is a winner of the Rachel Baker Award for Creative Writing. His work has been featured in The Blue Bear Review, ­Ginosko, Red Weather, and other magazines. He now lives in Moorhead, Minnesota, where he teaches English at Minnesota State Community and Technical College and North Dakota State University. 

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