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Poem of the Day, April 25: A Dozen Reasons to Give Up Haggling over the Price of Weavings, Roseann Lloyd

Because of the Light is by my poet-friend Roseann Lloyd, who I met through her wonderful book co-authored with Richard Solly, JourneyNotes: Writing for Recovery and Spiritual Growth. In this collection, Roseann enters the lives of people on several continents, then creates poems that balance and juxtapose northern and southern

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Poem of the Day, April 24: Freestanding, Carol Dine

Living on the Margins: Women Writers on Breast Cancer is a literary anthology of breast cancer with a distinguished list of 18 contributors, all writers–poets, critics, academics, editors, essayists. Their writing, wide-ranging in genre, style, and tone, includes personal narratives, poetry, academic essays, and an interview. Contributors include Maxine Kumin,

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