Amelioration: poetry

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Looking for short fiction (1000-2500 words) and flash fiction (1000 words max.). Tony Curtis (Seren Books, 2012), Anthology for a River, ed. In her editorial role, she encouraged a number of writers, including Langston Hughes, Jean Toomer and Claude McKay. I wondered then if Doris Lessing knew over these years that I had the poems and that they had caused such a reaction. Dodypoll (V.2): He with youth's fury, without reason's stay; Munday Huntington (III.230) QUEEN: So while with me a reasoning they stay, Oxford (Reason&Affection): A valiant mind no deadly danger fears; Marlowe T1 (III.1.33) BAJAZETH: Because I hear he bears a valiant mind.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 30, 2015)

ISBN: 1499567480

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