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Poetry is Not a Luxury

“As we learn to bear the intimacy of scrutiny, and to flourish within it, as we learn to use the products of that scrutiny for power within our living, those fear which rule our lives and form our silences begin … Continue reading

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Writing Poetry – Accessible or Organic?

April 29, 2016 In the MFA program at University of N.C. Wilmington, I was told to make my poetry accessible and understandable. It has occurred to me that this is strange advice actually. Are the Imagists accessible and understandable? Personally, … Continue reading

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A Male Dominated World: It Still Isn’t Equal

Last year, I worked with Michelle (Shelley) Takei in Raleigh, N.C. on her book, She-Q: Why Women Should Mentor Men and Change the World. Here is a recent blog post of hers that I found interesting. She has some truly interesting … Continue reading

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Every Woman Should …

This was sent to me via email – I don’t know who wrote it but I want to share it with all the women out there! Continue reading

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