Category Archives: Author

Sometimes a Simple Thought Carries a lot of Wisdom

Netflix  My ex-boyfriend’s best friend lets me use his Netflix password And man, it is so great At first I watched it to keep me company during supper so I wouldn’t feel alone because my split with my boyfriend was kind of sudden … Continue reading

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Free verse by Michael Escoubas

Afternoon Tea by Michael Escoubas Momma set the table at the meadow’s edge where the emerald grass became a carpet for our feet. She placed a perppermint cloth on it. We donned our prettiest tea dresses: her sheer beige shift … Continue reading

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Book Announcement: Poetry Collection by Acclaimed Author Lenard D. Moore

Don’t miss Lenard D. Moore’s book, The Geography of Jazz. Below is just one of the great poems in the book: Swinging Cool by Lenard D. Moore The bassist hugs the bass, plunks it. Ting, boom, ting boom— the drummer … Continue reading

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New Poetry Collection by Mary Harwell Sayler

    Don’t miss this one! Talking to the Wren: haiku, short verse, and one long poem     North American poet-writer Mary Harwell Sayler writes on everything from nature poems for children to inspirational romance novels to life-health encyclopedias … Continue reading

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Read This Great Review Posted Today!

http://highlandparkpoetry.org/reviewsthanks.html Many thanks to Michael Escoubas for reviewing my new book, and writing a terrific review at that!

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Free Verse by Jennifer Dotson

Medusa Those Greeks got it all wrong. Medusa, a serpent-headed gorgon, so ugly that men turn to stone? Lies and misrepresentation. Medusa said It’s all natural so what’s the big deal? Her hair, not snakes, flourished in dark waves from … Continue reading

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A New Book by Seasoned Author and Editor Robin Stratton!

The measure of evaluating whether autobiographical poems and essays are entertaining and thoughtful is when you feel as if you’ve know the author all your life, despite never having met her. This is how readers will feel after reading Robin … Continue reading

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My New Book Featured on Eufemia Griffo’s Blog

Dear Readers and Followers, I am so pleased and honored to have news about my new book, Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing featured in both Italian and English by prolific writer and poet Eufemia Griffo. Many thanks to Eufemia … Continue reading

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De-Stressing for These Times (and All Times!)

I think poets naturally show a gratitude for life. We appreciate solitude for writing, and yet, perhaps when there is too much of it, like during the pandemic lockdown, it gets a little much for us all. Before the pandemic, … Continue reading

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Being an Author Means Doing Publicity & Events

If anyone out there thinks that an author’s job is done once the book has been published, you are mistaken. In fact, once the book is published, your work has really just begun! You must then put on your “Publicity … Continue reading

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