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My Singing Valentines

By Carol Muske-Dukes
By Carol Muske-Dukes

I remember standing up by my desk and laughing. It was Valentine's Day and someone had sent me a singing message, which I would return, again and again and again.

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Puzzling

By Alice Pettway
By Alice Pettway

A writer’s job is to decipher the code and to give her readers some sort of explanation for our absurd existence. Is it? Or is it just to look at my life's corners till I can glimpse yours?

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Poetry

Poetry Friday — An Unheard Voice

By Women's Voices For Change
Though completely deaf, Elena Kras speaks and “hears” without sign language. A recognized poet, author and journalist in Russian and Ukrainian, she courageously sought us out as a vehicle for bringing her to a wider audience. The pleasure is all ours.
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Poetry

Poetry Friday: Carol A. Beane

By Women's Voices For Change
In this season when night arrives early and our thoughts are of both past and present, we offer a cycle of poems that poet Carol A. Beane has forged of the particular and the universal.
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Poetry

Poetry Friday: Julianna Baggott (VIDEO)

By Women's Voices For Change
Julianna Baggott has the resume and energy of a village of writers. In this week's poem, she reflects on some of her book-cover blurbs; in the video, she reads from one of her best-selling children's books, The Prince of Fenway Park.

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