Maureen Doallas is a regular participant in our poetry jams on Twitter, and the author of blog Writing Without Paper. Her online eye ranges over a vast array of art, poetry and culture, and she freely shares what she she finds with the rest of us.
T.S. Poetry Press has just published (“just” as in yesterday) Maureen’s first book of poems, Neruda’s Memoirs. The editor was Marcus Goodyear, senior editor at The High Calling and author of Barbies at Communion: and other poems. And the godmother of Neruda’s Memoirs is L.L. Barkat, author of InsideOut: Poems.
I ordered my copy of Neruda’s Memoirs as soon as it opened on Amazon. In the near future, we will have a review here and links to interviews with Maureen.
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- An Epic Told in 500 Sonnets: “The Gift of Life” by Amanda Hall - April 6, 2021