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Author: Gail Rudd Entrekin

Gail Rudd Entrekin has an M.A. in English Literature from Ohio State University and has taught poetry and English literature at California colleges for 25 years. Poetry Editor of Hip Pocket Press since 2000, she edits the press's online environmental literary magazine, Canary. She edited the poetry and short fiction anthology Sierra Songs & Descants: Poetry & Prose of the Sierra (2002) and the poetry anthology Yuba Flows (2007). Her poems have been widely published in anthologies and literary magazines and were finalists for the Pablo Neruda Prize in Poetry from Nimrod International Journal in 2011. She and her husband live in the hills of San Francisco's East Bay.

Change (Will Do You Good)
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Change (Will Do You Good)

Poetic Matrix Press

Poetry. In CHANGE (Will Do You Good) Gail Entrekin lays out the boundries of what's really at stake in the affairs of the heart. In these poems, with an economy of words and the clarity of a practiced poet, she takes on life's transitions and, like ...

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Rearrangement of the Invisible
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Rearrangement of the Invisible

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Poetry. "Part-lyric, part-narrative, part-novella in verse, these poems never stray far from their passionate appetite for life, fear of the unknown, and the titanic thrill and mystery of love. Many of these poems deal with the subtle realities of c...

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