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Poetry Friday: You Were There

By Women's Voices For Change
We feel privileged to open WVFC’s discussion of the legacy of Sept. 11 with this contribution from Karol Nielsen, who has graced our Poetry Friday before and whose new book, "Black Elephants" (Bison Books), is a memoir of love and war.
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Poetry Friday: Anne Bronte’s Summer Memory

By Women's Voices For Change
Best known for her novels "Agnes Grey" (1847) and "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (1848), the sister of Charlotte and Emily Bronte also wrote and published hundreds of poems — many of which celebrate the seasons, like this meditation on English summer.
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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 Friday: Edith Wharton

By Women's Voices For Change
If you had been in Manhattan last night, you could have time traveled to one of New York City’s most elegant and most constraining eras in the company of one of this city’s greatest minds—that of Edith Wharton.
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