Thank you to the 151 authors who participated in our WHEN I MOVED Poetry and Prose Series

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Thank you to the 151 writers — from 33 states and 17 countries — who participated in our WHEN I MOVED Poetry & Prose Series, which ran from August 9 – September 27, 2016. Many thanks to the following authors for their moving work! Reina Adriano (Philippines) Janet Banks…

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Thank you to the 76 authors who participated in our STARTING TO RIDE Poetry and Prose Series

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We extend our appreciation to the 76 writers — from 21 states and 14 countries — who participated in our  STARTING TO RIDE Poetry & Prose Series, which ran from May 6 – June 4, 2016. Many thanks to the following authors for a terrific series! Tobi Alfier (California)…

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Swirling around like in a satin-lined jewelry box by Sofia Kioroglou (STARTING TO RIDE Poetry and Prose Series)

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Swirling around like in a satin-lined jewelry box by Sofia Kioroglou My dad’s unwilting enthusiasm does little to reduce my anxiety actually quite augments it as I try not to hit the pavement I am only 7 but feel very responsible not only for the things I do, like…

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Thank you to the 93 authors who participated in our LEARNING TO DRIVE Poetry and Prose Series

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We extend our heartfelt thanks to the 93 writers — from 23 states and 19 countries — who participated in our LEARNING TO DRIVE Poetry & Prose Series, which ran from March 25 – May 5, 2016. Many thanks to the following authors for an awesome series! Elizabeth Alford…

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Something in my way, poem by Sofia Kioroglou (LEARNING TO DRIVE Poetry and Prose Series)

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Something in my way by Sofia Kioroglou I see an obstacle always a roadblock in my dreams and when awake I see this road sign always the stop sign. I thought third time is the charm. PHOTO: “Crossroads” by ehrif, used by permission. NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: I wrote this…

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Sophia the Martyr, poem by Sofia Kioroglou (SAME NAME Poetry and Prose Series)

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Sophia the Martyr by Sofia Kioroglou What a weighty name I must live up to! A martyr and a saint a widow and a mother back in Roman Times just as dystopian as our era when Faith, Hope and Love are tortured and burned over an iron grating, then…

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