MAJA TROCHIMCZYK: An Ode of the Lost
MARIA ELENA BOEKEMEYER: My Heart in Handcuffs
TERESA MEI CHUC: Immigration
SARAH THURSDAY: Murietta
Lois P. Jones thus introduced my poem - which is posted as a recording and text on KPFK website:
The poet, Maja Trochimczyk asks: "Are not all journeys one way?"
In this reflection on Polish exile "how far is too far for the lost country to become but a dream of ancient kings..."
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"SLICING THE BREAD" STARTED ITS TREK TOWARDS THE FINISHING LINE
If all goes well, the Finishing Line Press will publish my chapbook, "Slicing the Bread" on October 25, 2014. This book can be ordered now and will be printed and shipped in October. The limited edition’s pre-publication sales will determine the press run, so please reserve your copy now. So far 23 poets and friends have purchased their copy. I need to find 32 more poets to do the same...
The books cost $14 each plus $2.99 for shipping for the first book in a package and $1.99 for each additional book. You can order your copy of Slicing the Bread on Finishing Line Press website at www.finishinglinepress.com (look for new releases). Read more about this book, highly praised by poets Lois P. Jones, Georgia Jones Davis, John Z. Guzlowski, Sharon Chmielarz, and Linda Nemec Foster, on the previous issue of this blog: