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Diane Moore
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Author of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
Author of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.

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ALL LOVE,
Border Press Books, Sewanee, TN, announces the publication of All Love, by Diane Marquart Moore, a volume of poems about relatives and relationships, death and dying, illness and recovery, and includes a special section about a three-week sojourn in Mexico....
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ALL LOVE,
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IN THE TIME OF SHIMMER AND LIGHT
In this time of anxiety and darkness in our broken world, we can count on Paul Schexnayder, New Iberia, Louisiana artist, to gift us with his playful illustrations that always lift our spirits. In The Time of Shimmer and Light , the second book in a three-p...
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FESTIVAL OF WORDS
Friday evening, we traveled to St. Landry Parish to hear readings by three writers featured in the 11th Annual Festival of Words and were entertained for two hours by Jack Bedell , Louisiana Poet Laureate; Cornelius Eady , a musical theatre poet; and noveli...
FESTIVAL OF WORDS
FESTIVAL OF WORDS
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TURTLE SOUP
Art work by Paul Schexnayder Yesterday, while riding along Hwy. 182 en route to New Iberia from Broussard, Louisiana, we whizzed past a ditch filled with water where a police car was parked. The police officer seemed to be arguing with a man holding a rope ...
TURTLE SOUP
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ALL SAINTS
Dorothy Greenlaw Marquart Today is All Saints Day, and, in honor of those who’ve inspired our faith we recognize both ancient and recent family saints. I could probably drum up a list of women who have led me, intentionally and otherwise, into religious inq...
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ALL SAINTS
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FROZEN RED DIRT
Red clay hills near Brandon, Mississippi A friend of mine recently told me that I have a migratory spirit, and I have to agree with him. ‘Seems like when I’m in Sewanee, Tennessee, I make at least six visits to sites in surrounding states during my six-mont...
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FROZEN RED DIRT
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BETWEEN QUESTION AND ANSWER
A copy of Pinyon Publishing’s latest publication, Between Question and Answer, Selected Poems of Ute von Funck e (translated from the German by Stuart Friebert) was in my mailbox upon my return to New Iberia, Louisiana two days ago. I placed it on my bedsid...
BETWEEN QUESTION AND ANSWER
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TO THE “MAX”
Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Experience (MAX) We stopped for an overnight in Meridian, Mississippi, Land of Red Dirt and a city near the place of my Grandfather Greenlaw’s birth in Brandon Mississippi. We were en route from Sewanee, Tennessee to New I...
TO THE “MAX”
TO THE “MAX”
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TRAIL OF TEARS
During my stay in Sewanee, Tennessee this year, I’ve noticed a lot of signage indicating places that lead to the Cherokee Trail of Tears. Yesterday, I read  in The Sewanee Mountain Messenger , Sewanee’s newspaper of note, that the TN Chapter, Trail of Tears...
TRAIL OF TEARS
TRAIL OF TEARS
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WHEN IN ROME
As I walked across a bridge spanning the river in Rome, Georgia recently, I looked down at waters not unlike the Bayou Teche in my hometown of New Iberia, Louisiana — they looked a bit muddy. However, I shouldn’t have been surprised because the silt from no...
WHEN IN ROME
WHEN IN ROME
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