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"The poems in Rolling up the Sky tell stories about mothers and daughters, about struggle, about griefbut no matter how painful their occasions, these poems are full of warmth and humor. Haltmaier is so honest in her probing of experience and so attentive to the many minute phenomena of the world around her that to me, Rolling up the Sky seems like one long love poem to life itself. Brava!" -James Arthur, author of Charms Against Lightning
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About the Author
Linda Flaherty Haltmaier is an award-winning poet and screenwriter. She is the Poet Laureate of Andover, Massachusetts and the winner of the Homebound Publications Poetry Prize for her full-length collection, "Rolling up the Sky" (2016). Her work has been shortlisted for the Princemere Poetry Prize and the Tucson Festival of the Book Literary Award. Her poems have appeared extensively in journals and anthologies including Wildness: Voices of the Sacred Landscape, All We Can Hold, Ink & Letters, and more. Her debut chapbook, "Catch and Release", was published by Finishing Line Press.A Harvard graduate, Linda has earned writing residencies at the Noepe Center for the Literary Arts and been a poetry contributor at the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. Along the way, she has been a fundraiser in East Harlem, a marketing executive, a restaurant reviewer, and an over-excitable soccer coach. Linda lives with her husband and daughter–-and craves the solitude of the ocean where she finds sea glass and inspiration.