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Chameleon Moon, Poems by Antonia Clark
Antonia Clark's Chameleon Moon breaks the spell of memory by making it as immediate as the present, and these poems immerse the reader in their waves: "And later, we dreamed of oceans,/rising and falling in our element,/without needing to hold our breath."
Praise for Antonia Clark's Earlier Work
"Clark’s verse pulls us in with its beauty, and then gives us a smack of reality."--Leah Maines
Antonia Clark, a medical and science writer, has also taught poetry and fiction writing and is co-administrator of an online poetry forum, The Waters. Her poems and short stories have appeared in numerous print and electronic journals, includingThe 2River View, Anderbo, The Cortland Review, Eclectica, The Fox Chase Review, MiPOesias, The Missouri Review, The Pedestal Magazine, Rattle, and Softblow. She is the author of a poetry chapbook, Smoke and Mirrors (Finishing Line Press, 2013). Toni loves French picnics and plays French café music on a sparkly purple accordion.
ISBN 978-1625490971, 86 pages, $18.00