Category Archives: Drinian Press

Rebel Girl: a small stone poem

Rebel Girl Shorts and a pink t-shirt worn by young girl Glittery sequins on shirt “Rebel Girl” At age five, What does she have to rebel against? Or is this empowerment?   A true rebel girl wouldn’t wear a sign. … Continue reading

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A Chance Encounter…

Because this is National Poetry Month, a story about a poetry reading I’ll never forget. Originally this was posted at Red Room on my blog there. A chance encounter… It all started at a poetry reading at a college lounge … Continue reading

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March 2016’s reads of a pedometer geek

Normally, this is the blog post where this pedometer geek discusses her ongoing resolutions for the year and outlines what has been accomplished (or not). Mostly not, but to some, it is informative; to others, it is inconsequential (and it … Continue reading

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World Book Night 2014…and plans for 2015

It started with a phone call. I had already read the book that I was to be giving away and felt that this novel, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, needed a different venue than the grocery store where I … Continue reading

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