“Priestdaddy” includes details of Lockwood’s childhood as the daughter of a married Lutheran minister who converted to Catholicism, making him among the rare married Catholic priests.Lockwood’s poetry collections include 2012’s “Balloon Pop Outlaw Black” and 2014’s “Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals.”
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