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Blue Wolves: Poems and Assemblages

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Poems and assemblages by this poet who "breathes" the wild, who understands and appreciates the wildness in all of us, and who translates that understanding into keenly observed poems and works of visual art.
Paperback, 72 pages
Published January 1st 1998 by Bright Hill Press (first published September 1997)
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Regina O'Melveny is a writer, assemblage artist, and teacher. Her poetry and prose have been anthologized and widely published in liteary magazines such as The Jacaranda Review, Yellow Silk, Poetry/LA, The Sun, The LA Weekly, The Pittsburgh Quarterly, and The Wild Duck Review. In 1995 she won first place in the John Foster West National Poetry Award Contest, judged by Marge Piercy. She has been aw ...more
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