Poetry. A DREAMER'S GUIDE TO CITIES AND STREAMS, Joan Gelfand's latest collection of poems, is a remarkable journey. With an artists eye and a seeker's soul she takes the reader from Tuscan olive groves to a family's Seder table. Using humor and introspection she asks questions, states opinions and tell tales all which leave one, as she says in "Anthology Sonnet," with "a delicious taste that lingers."
|Publisher:||San Francisco Bay Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.80(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||10 Years|
About the Author
Joan Gelfand was the recipient of the Chaffin Fiction Award in 2005 for "Paris Blues Redux." Joan's story "The Art Critic" was shortlisted for the Carver Prize. A songwriter, producer, essayist and community organizer, Joan's work has been published on the web and in literary magazines around the world.