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Publisher: International Academy on Women's Health and Gender Equity Publishing Company (February 7, 2016)

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Circles

The Leave Train

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The Secrets of Strong Language

Rhymes Through Time

"I Would Rather Write Than Eat"

Figments and Other Poems

In The Memorial Gardens

Auto Mechanic's Daughter (Black Goat)

Death is NOT a Bumblebee: ... It's a Fly

House A (Omnidawn 1st/2nd Book Contest)

Second Thoughts

ON BEING BORN

To Be At Music: Essays & Talks

The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson (The Poems of Emily Dickinson)

Via the Vaults

A Life Alphabetical - Aleatory Adventures

The Dawn of the Lilies' Desire

Progress on the Subject of Immensity (Mary Burritt Christiansen Poetry)

Sweet Dreamland Wheels: Poetry

Plenty (Penguin Poets)

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