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FEMME AU CHAPEAU is going to transition from print to eBook in September -- pre-order discount until 9/26/16. Got this great image from the painter's great grandson.
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To obtain a great cover image, try pleading "Poet in Poverty"
It was great fun to correspond with Matisse's great grandson in order to
obtain rights to use this image on the cover of my poetry collection Femme au chapeau . Happy to say it will be available as an eBook in
September! Pre-order price for you is $2.99, ...
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What If Your Heroes Won't Play Nice?
What if you can't get your two favorite heroes from history to play nice? That's the problem my main character, art historian May Gold has in my WIP novel The Renaissance Club . She has a plan to get her idol, Gianlorenzo Bernini, the rock star artist of th...
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Magical realism - why do we love the magic so much? (+ 3 great books)
Magical Realism
Fiction – Why Do We Love the Magic So Much? (Plus Three Great Books) I just finished Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by
Robin Sloan. Now there’s a mouth-watering title for a devout reader, a magical
sounding name like Penumbra and a referen...
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My Poem "Cone of Silence" at Blue Heron Review
The writing life is a little like surfing: being tumbled under the tide but also catching some wonderful waves. I've just caught one of those good waves! I'm happy to say my poem "Cone of Silence" is up this month at Blue Heron Review. This online journal h...
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Poetry & Prose -- the Twins in My Life
If you have an addiction to writing like I do (and a writer by definition is an addict), perhaps like me you can't contain it within just one literary genre. I began with poetry, getting swept up first in the poems of the haiku poets Basho, Buson, and Issa....
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As Yearning Is Red - Visions with Waterbirds
This weekend we drove to Sebastopol, over the top of the San Francisco Bay, through marshlands filled with waterbirds. I'm lucky to live near a creek where egrets hunt and nest. I take walks alongside this miniature waterway and appreciating the ducks keep ...
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  • University of California, Berkeley
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Rachel Abramson
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Author of Poetry, Fiction, Memoir, Drama
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Rachel Abramson Dacus is the author of the poetry collections Gods of Water and Air, Earth Lessons, Femme au Chapeau, and the spoken word CD A God You Can Dance. Read her work at: http://racheldacus.net. A widely published poet, dramatist, and writer, she's working on a novel with a love story involving the great Baroque sculptor Gianlorenzo Bernini.

Bragging rights
Gods of Water and Air (Aldrich Press, 2013)
Work
Occupation
Fundraising consultant & freelance writer - More information on my fundraising website ... http://racheldacus.com
Skills
Fund development and public relations consultation and grant writing
Employment
  • Resource Development
    Fundraising consultant & writer, present
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Currently
San Francisco Bay Area
Previously
San Pedro, California
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Season of Binders
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--I began the second long, long day by listening to the soundtrack from Rent on my way to work. I dropped off my mortgage payment into the m

Rocket Kids
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A blog about writing poetry, publishing, memoir, fiction, and anything that blasts the imagination into the stratosphere.

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BeFree theme is for everyone who prefer simple, minimal, yet stylish WordPress theme. The theme supports automatic thumbnail resizing, custo

VIDA's Count -- Women and Ambition: A Discussion in Here, not out There.
bridgetasher.blogspot.com

When I look at VIDA's count -- the now famous breakdown of publication data of males versus females in various magazines -- I'm always immed

My poem "Flight" in Valparaiso Poetry Review
dacusrocket.blogspot.com

Poetry, books and memoir moments from a rocket kid. My name is up there on a piece of floating space junk. Tuesday, April 17, 2012. My poem

Rocket Kids: My new novel -- exploring publishing options
dacusrocket.blogspot.com

As you might know, for the last couple of years I've been working on a novel, a contemporary story about a group of college teachers and

Rachel Dacus, Poet & Author
www.dacushome.com

Site of the poet and author Rachel Dacus, featuring links to published works, video of a reading, and pages of small press poetry publishers

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