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New Beginnings

eBook (PDF), 209 Pages
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This second eclectic anthology in the launch year of elizaPress Publications features the writing of Lynn Veach Sadler, an interview with Lynn about her writing practice and experience, and the work of ten additional contributing writers including elizaBeth Benson-Udom, Aggie Burke, Carolee Gearhart, Floriana Hall, Debra J. Harmes Kurth, Juanita J. Martin, Martha Meltzer, Janice D. Rubin, Pallavi Sharma, PhD, & Richard Weingart. This compilation of work includes poetry, stories, plays, performance pieces, essays, blog-like entries, a couple of haiku, and a limerick. The writers demonstrate an astounding way with words and the rich relationship they each have with writing. Their words reveal painful truths, haunting longings, brave new starts of the most poignant kind. All in all, these offerings reach out to inspire readers to try their own hand at the page. This is an expressive anthology, a moving demonstration of new beginnings and the promises they bring.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
elizaPress Publications/elizaBeth Benson-Udom
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
209
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.44 MB

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