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Swan Song: A Intimate Collection of Poems and Short Stories
     

Swan Song: A Intimate Collection of Poems and Short Stories

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by Janette Owens, Nicole A. Bentley (Editor)
 

SHORT AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY: Janette Owens is a writer based in Memphis, Tennessee. She is founder and president of Oneswan Productions, a small publishing company dedicated informing and inspiring amateur writers to explore their literary talents in unique, creative, and positive ways. She is also experienced in the community relations, and housing fields.

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SHORT AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY: Janette Owens is a writer based in Memphis, Tennessee. She is founder and president of Oneswan Productions, a small publishing company dedicated informing and inspiring amateur writers to explore their literary talents in unique, creative, and positive ways. She is also experienced in the community relations, and housing fields.

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ISBN-13:
9780967731209
Publisher:
Oneswan Productions
Publication date:
06/01/2000
Pages:
94

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Swan Song 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed The Swan Song. It has some of the most truthful fiction I've ever read, the short story 'Trippin' reminded me of a few of my friends relationships in the past. It's really worth reading if you find yourself needing a reality check.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Straight shooting and direct, A Swan Song is a blend of raw sexuality and 'feel good' sass all wrapped up in one. I enjoyed reading 'How to Love a Black Man' and 'The Birth of a New Generation.' Both epitomizes the paradox of black love. Hats off to Janette Owens for painting a realistic potrait of black America.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ms. Owens is a writer with great potential. As I read through the book, I expeceted to find poems that would invoke meaningful emotions. In constant search, I derived satisfaction in Order My Steps and We the People... The short stories are told rather than shown; therefore, the characters in the short stories were not vivid. I could neither see nor feel them. The cover is plain and would not inspire me to choose it.