Stephen Page is the author of The Timbre of Sand and Still Dandelions. He holds a BA from Columbia University and an MFA from Bennington College.
under the oaks
the still dandelions
from the chapbook "Still Dandelions" by Stephen Page
The Timbre of Sand
Quotes"Life is not a having and getting, but a being and becoming" – Mathew Arnold
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ELAINE FLETCHER CHAPMAN had five poems published in SPACESLITMAG. She also has poetry forthcoming in Poet Lore, Spring/Summer 2014.
Elaine Fletcher Chapman (formerly Elaine Walters McFerron) lives on The Eastern Shore of Virginia. She holds an MFA from The Bennington Writing Seminars where she works as Alumni Liaison. She is also the founder of The Writer’s Studio where she teaches and presents poetry readings in the Historic Cokesbury Church in Onancock, Virginia. Her poems have been published in The Sun, Calyx, Poet Lore, 5AM, Salamander, and others. Green River Press published her letterpress chapbook, Double Solitude.
Check out her website at: Elaine Fletcher Chapman
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