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50/50: Words & Images for Didi Menendez

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This anthology contains poems, essays, and visual works from writers and poets who have been published by Didi Menendez in MiPOesias magazine, OCHO, Poets and Artists (O&S), or books. Each piece is about or dedicated to Didi in celebration of her long-standing commitment to advancing print and web standards for independent publishing of poetry and art. Full-color ...more
Paperback, 78 pages
Published July 7th 2010 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Jul 14, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Homage to the Impresaria

Didi Menendez wears many hats: artist of portraits, writer of poetry, curator, friend to poets and artists and writers, and publisher. She has developed some of the finest art publications available, such as MIPOesis, Poets and Artists (O&S), and chapbooks and other publications that her tasteful insight encourages her to put before the public.

This publication was assembled by Grace Cavalieri and April Carter Grant and consists of contributions in poetry, short
Grace Cavalieri
Jul 19, 2010 rated it it was amazing
April (SHOWERS OF FLOWERS) did this with her magic hands. I only herded the poets. But what a pleasure to see the feelings manifested that had been perhaps unsaid before about one of the truly most incerdible human beings in the art world: DIDI MENENDEZ.
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