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to live on the wind,the new memoir by Nanette Rayman Rivera about deepest loss - of a mother's love; of desire that can be swindled and circumvented in such Machiavellian style, one can only wonder if the Fates are behind it. A gripping first hand observation of homelessness and poverty, this story of thwarted promise and grim determination will pull your heart right out of your chest. Raw. Gritty. Poetic. Politically Incorrect. Graphic and brutally honest about the job world, violence, bad mother, Bloomberg and envy.
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Nanette Rayman Rivera is the author of shana-linda ~ pretty pretty, published by Scattered Light Publications and Project: Butterflies, published by Foothills Publishing. She is a three-time Pushcart Prize nominee and the first winner of the Glass Woman Prize . Her work is included in DZANC’s Best of the Web Anthology 2010 and Best of the Net 2007. She has been published in numerous literary journals including The Berkeley Fiction Review, The Worcester Review, Oranges & Sardines, MiPOesias, Dragonfire, Carve Magazine, Gold Wake Press, ditch, Wheelhouse, Slant, Dirty Napkin, Wilderness House Literary Review, Gargoyle, The Sugar House Review, The Monongahela Review, Unmoveable Feast, Up the Staircase, Green Silk, The Smoking Poet, decomP, Stirring’s Steamiest Six. Arsenic Lobster, Frostwriting, Magnolia, Frigg, chaparral, Blue Fifth Review and Lily. She studied at The New School University, Circle in the Square, The New England Shakespeare Festival and with the late Peter Thompson at Michael Howard Studios. She played Rhonda in the award-winning New York University student film: Stephan’s Silver Bell and a waitress on All My Children. She has performed in off-off Broadway theatre and black-box Boston theatres. She was a runner-up in Miss Massachusetts.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publis, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1453812016