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stains: early poems.
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Bohemian Steel Press
By: Lori A Maystains: early poems by Lori A. May revisits a selection of the author's early works, many of which were first published by literary periodicals including The Claremont Review, Zygote, The Coffee Press Journal, and anthologies such as Van Gogh's Ear. Author Lori A. May is mostly known for her suspense and crime fiction, including Moving Target and the WaldenBooks bestseller, The Profiler. The poetry of stains, however, demonstrates the author's diversity and affection for the poetic form. Many of the poems included in this selection date back more than a decade. While the author's poetic style and voice has evolved during her development as an artist, she has always believed there is value in remembering where a writer starts out. By showcasing some of her earlier works, Lori A. May hopes to introduce fans of her fiction to another side of her literary passion, while sharing some of her development arch with fans of her current poetry. Her most recent poetry publications include The Tipton Poetry Journal, Two Review, and Willows Wept. She is also the Founding Editor of The Ambassador Poetry Project and The Western Literary Review. A native of southwestern Ontario, Lori A. May now lives on the shores of Michigan. More information about the author is available at her website: www.loriamay.com.
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