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Poetry

Emily Dickinson: Winter Poems

By Rebecca Foust
Another source of solace has been poetry; reading, studying, and writing it has been the heartbeat of my days. With that in mind, this week’s column will present some poetry for you: a selection of winter poems by Emily Dickinson
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Money & Careers

News Brief: Watch Those Boomer Women Build; Veteran Biographer Tells Emily Dickinson’s Truth; Top Award for Physicist Once Shunned by Male Colleagues

By Womens Voices for Change
Forget women with guns: just give us power tools. Most of the photos in the brochures for "Nontraditional Employment for Women" programs show young women just out of high school. But at Women Build, a training program run by Habitat for Humanity, it’s midlife women who decide to take matters (and hammers) into their own hands: Instructor Denny Grove said…
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Poetry

Voices in Verse: Emily Dickinson

By Womens Voices for Change
The adage says prose is meant to be heard and poetry is meant to be overheard. Every poet allows us to eavesdrop on the experience of experiencing. Good poems evoke emotion and give us a door to our feelings through a window on another’s.  Voices In Verse presents the many portals penned by many different kinds of women in their…
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Poetry

Poetry Friday: Emily D. Opens up National Poetry Month

By Women's Voices For Change
April is National Poetry Month and as such, National Controversy Month.  Why do we need to designate a month for poetry, the purists ask?  Each and every day of our year should contain poems.  Each chamber of our heart should have stanzas that beat out of memory. At the same time, pragmatists respond with another question.  Why forego the chance…
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