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I hope this message finds you well. I work at the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and I'm looking to get in touch with you about the 30th anniversary of our fellowship program. Would you mind sharing tour email with me so I can clue you in on events to come? I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org!
I was cleaning up stuff in my parent's house and found a recent-ish New Yorker June 27, 2011 and flipped through and found your poem "From "The Split" . I knew Lorraine. She lived down the road from my family. I'm just saying bye to my Dad, (mom a long time ago), Bye aunt and uncle across the street. Bye Moore Road.
El Leon Liteary Arts (www.elleonlitearyarts.org) is bringing out the late Norma Farber's Year of Reversible Loss, prepublication praise from Robert Pinsky and Terese Svoboda, among others. I'd like to send you a copy.
Thomas Farber, Publisher,
Thank you for visiting Nebraska Wesleyan University, where I currently attend. Learning about great works in poetry and having the opportunity to meet the author is an experience that I will not soon forget.
I wondering if you where a girl that was popular or a person that was independent? why did you want to be a poet? by the way you poems are amazing. email@example.com
I have no idea what this is but it popped up as I wss googling like crazy to try and find a way to contact Susan Wheeler to request and interview. I publishing editor of Oak Bend Review. www.oakbendreview.com Recent interviews have included: Gregory Orr Christian Wiman Timothy Green and forthcoming are Jack Myers and Katha Pollitt. Please please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are the poet Susan Wheeler and see this. I admire your work,
Hi, I'm Shira. I'm in a class with Rebecca Reilly. She say, "read this." I read this but there is no this, only that. Where is this?
Dear Susan, James Reiss suggested I contact you and this seems to be the only way to find you easily. I write a public radio "comic strip" called 11 Central Ave which airs around the country during Morning Edition. Both Rick Moody and James Reiss have written episodes for my "writers write 11 Central Ave" series and I wondered if you might be interested in writing an episode. (they're three minutes long) You can contact me at email@example.com. Thanks...Sue Shepherd