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Author: Linda Lerner

Linda Lerner `s most recent books include When Death is a Red Balloon (Lummox Press, 2019), A Dance Around the Cauldron, a prose work consists of nine characters during the Salem witch trials brought into our own times (Lummox Press, 2017.) YES, THE DUCKS WERE REAL (NYQ Books, 2011) and TAKES GUTS AND YEARS SOMETIMES (NYQ Books, 2015). Current journal publications include, Maintenant, Gargoyle, Paterson Literary Review, Caf� Review, Trailer Park Quarterly, Wilderness Literary House Review, Cape Rock, Piker Press, Home Planet News, etc. In the Spring of 2015 she read six poems on WBAI. In 1995 she and Andrew Gettler began Poets on the Line, (http://www.echony.com/~poets) the first poetry anthology on the net for which she received two grants.

Takes Guts and Years Sometimes: New and Selected Poems
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Takes Guts and Years Sometimes: New and Selected Poems

NYQ Books

Poetry. Linda Lerner's latest book, TAKES GUTS AND YEARS SOMETIMES, is a collection of poems dating from the early 80s to the present. An immigrant daughter's courageous search for her identity, her refusal to compromise who she is for a paycheck or...

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Taking the F Train
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Taking the F Train

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In TAKING THE F TRAIN, a New York City poet rides the F Train through the final years of the 20th century into the 21st; both gentrification and technology are rapidly transforming life as she has known it. Her old haunts…cafés, bookstores, diners,...

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Yes, the Ducks Were Real
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Yes, the Ducks Were Real

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Poetry. YES, THE DUCKS WERE REAL deals with relationships of all kinds, as well as, what goes into day-to-day survival—things that concern everyone and things everyone can relate to. In these poems Lerner goes from being an observer, as in "The Girl...

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