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Bailey describes writing poetry as "second skin voice." In this her second collection, Wild Howling Woman tackles unswept corners, torch songs, stagnancy, panic, humor and the hysterics sometimes associated with women, women writers, witches and wonderings: "Come flipper-flaps, O frabjous days, the girl did wrest a poem."
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Cathleen Bailey is a 2011 grant recipient, The Pittsburgh Foundation, Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh; a 2009 recipient, The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts’ Master/Apprentice Fellowship in Traditional Quilting; a 2004 Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts Residency; and 2003 recipient, The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts’ Fellowship in Literature. Bailey's work has appeared in Shooting Star Literary Review, A & U Magazine, Cake Train, Sage Woman, Word play Sound, Linden Avenue Literary Journal and forthcoming in Border Crossing. Bailey’s beaded and textile art has shown in the Renwick Gallery of American Art (Washington, DC), among others. Bailey has shared her gift of combining creative writing and fiber art with various organizations including Brooklyn Public Library, Cuyahoga Valley National Park and The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Artists-in-Education Residency Program. Publications include Split Rock/Cracked Cave, poems (2013) Visit her at http://cathleenbailey.blogspot.com
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1484927621