During America's war in Vietnam, two nations suffered parallel traumas. Kay Mullen and her husband A.). wanted to ease some of the suffering, at least for one person. They adopted a son who left Vietnam on one of the last flights at the end of the war. As a young adult, their son returned to Vietnam with his mother and father. These poems tell of that journey, its beauty and sorrow. Compassionate and forceful, these poems show us part of the complex legacy of war, the complex process of healing.
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Kay Mullen s writings have appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies including more recent, American Life in Poetry. She is the author of two full length poetry books, Let Morning Begin, (2001), (2006). She won the Washington State Poet s William Stafford award in 2002. Kay s work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and Sundress Publications Best of the Net 2009. She earned an MFA in poetry from Pacific Lutheran University and currently teaches creative writing at Catherine Place, a center for women in Tacoma, Washington.
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