Linda K. Sienkiewicz's poems are at the heart of every place: in the wilderness of dreams, in the celebration of relationships, in love and in trouble. She has a delightful way of fusing fact & imagination in solid accomplishment. Her insight becomes our insight. Linda is chock full of feminine power." -Stellasue Lee, Ph.D., Crossing the Double Yellow Line
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Linda K. Sienkiewicz is the author of the novel In the Context of Love. Her poetry and art are published in numerous literary reviews, and her short stories are in anthologies and journals in print and online. Among her awards are a Poetry Chapbook Award and a Pushcart Prize nomination. She has an MFA from Stonecoast at The University of Southern Maine.Review:
"The Monty Python call, 'And now for something completely different,' serves well as an introduction to these poems by Linda K. Sienkiewicz. Her book opens with a tribute poem to American surrealist Russell Edson, then suddenly moves on to a real Woolworth's lunch counter or the back seats of the Willow Theatre. The book moves with the intuitive quickness of dance and turns from Eros to sadness to Joy. 'The sun becomes an eye/ the street: a snake I fear will swallow me.' Her work is alive with surprise and with dreams made real." -Larry Smith, Milldust and Roses: Memoirs
"There's a wonderfully, eerie, almost comical edge in this wry, self-assured collection. Linda Sienkiewicz casts a clear eye on personal devastations, dangers and desire. Her refusal to yield and her deft way with words give us poems that tell us to picture it- and survive." -- Terry Blackhawk, Escape Artist, winner of 2001 John Cardi Poetry Prize
"Linda's poems are intense and brave: poems that don't blink, that don't look away. Honest and original, they reflect the passionate emblems that live in any true poet's heart." -Linda Nemec Foster, Amber Necklace from Gdansk
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Book Description March Street Pr, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1882983947