By Nora Gould
By Nora Gould
By LaChrissa Lucky
By Dhakeria Cunningham
By Kelli and Annette Agodon and Convy,Kelli Russell Agodon,Annette Spaulding-Convy
By Maja Haderlap
By Joy Grey
I-Shine's Muse specializes in the authors evolution from youth to wombmanhood.
By Naomi J. Johnson
FLYING WITH damaged FEATHERS is an anthology of unique poems which kinds a story of family violence, break out, therapeutic and restoration. Weaving via this narrative are subject matters round nature and spirituality. Flying With damaged Feathers is reflective of the author’s trip via captivity and abuse, via melancholy and post-traumatic tension; that house earlier than the truth of resurrection units in, within which grief and anger are paramount. The reader is drawn via this darkness to the purpose of therapeutic and rebirth.
Naomi’s earliest stories are of books and phrases, and of taking part in at writing even sooner than she knew how. A social employee, singer and author, she lives in Newcastle, at the mid-east coast of Australia, and takes nice savor the wonderful thing about the sea coast and the flora and fauna round her, a lot of which appears to be like in her poetry and different writing. Naomi is a survivor of household violence, and her creativity and love of tune, in addition to her powerful spirituality, have helped her during the event of break out and therapeutic. Naomi sings within the choir of Christ Church Cathedral, and spends as a lot time as attainable with books and her choir friends.
By Naomi Guttman
Naomi Guttman's first choice of poems marks the looks of a deeply emotional, extremely smart new voice. Its topic is intimacy -- ours, specially women's, event of intimacy in lots of types, the way it marks us, how we lengthy for it, the ways that it's either our fulfilment and our undoing. The personae variety from childrens to previous women and men, jailbirds to schoolgirls; the language is selected with out ever turning into planned, targeted yet regularly musical. those are poems from and of the center, chastened via adventure, taut with craft.
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By Susan Paddon