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- Three poems are shared on The River, the online branch of The Sandy River Review.


- Snapdragon: A Journal of Art and Healinghas published its spring 2022 issue including my poem "First Kiss," as well as poems by North Carolina writer-friends Margaret Tau and Kristie Williams. Beautiful photography too! Here's my poem, born in a workshop with poet Ashley Lumpkin in which she introduced a poetic form of her own devising.



















- Check out Red Fez! A funky site to find poems. Like mine: "Spilled Beer," inspired by hanging out with the Nexus Poets crew at Prohibition in New Bern.


- Both Sam Love, founder of Nexus Poets, and I have poems in the 10th issue of eno Magazine.So beautifully produced!


- Thanks to Press 53 for their series of prompts--always a creative challenge!--and to Waterwheel Review for making a home for a few of my orphaned 53-word efforts.












































































































































































































Jeanne Julian

Waves, Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Here's a video of my poem "The Color of It" that's in included in the anthology From Pandemic to Protest, released fall 2021 from The Poetry Box.

...don’t you too yearn
to finagle the freeing
of your early self,
that wrangled filly?...
by Jeanne Julian, from "Stalled,"

in The River, April 2022.

 


Marshall Point Lighthouse, Maine

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Kettle Cove, Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Casco Bay Bridge, Maine

​​​Quotations for writers


"Let’s be honest, poems are nearly invisible and yet for the one making them, they connect to so much else that matters."

— Holly Wren Spalding









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