Author: Carrie Magness Radna

American poet Carrie Magness Radna is an archival audiovisual cataloger at the New York Public Library, a singer, a lyricist-songwriter and a poet who loves to travel. Her poems have previously appeared in The Oracular Tree, Tuck Magazine, Riverside Poets Anthology, Muddy River Poetry Review, Mediterranean Poetry, Poetry Super Highway, Jerry Jazz Musician, Cajun Mutt Press, Word Doodles Lit Mag, Brownstone Poets Anthology, Home Planet News, Walt's Corner, Polarity eMagazine, The Poetic Bond (VIII-X), Alien Buddha Press, Rye Whiskey Review, First Literary Review-East, (podcast), Jersey Poets Plus! (podcast), Songs of Selah, Shot Glass Journal (Muse-Pie Press), Poet's Corner, Nomad's Choir, BigCityLit and The spirit, it travels: an anthology of transcendent poetry (Cosmographia). She has published two chapbooks, Conversations with dead composers at Carnegie Hall (Flutter Press, 2019) and Remembering you as I go walking (Boxwood Star Press: self-published, 2019) and her first collection Hurricanes never apologize (Luchador Press, 2019). She won third prize for "The tunnel" (category: Words on the Wall: All-Genre Prompt) at the 69th annual Philadelphia Writers' Conference (2017). She also won 12th place for "Lily (no. 48 of Women's names sensual series)" by the 2018 Writer's Digest Poetry Awards. She recently won an Honorable Mention Award for "trains are haunted" in the 89th annual Writer's Digest Writer's Competition (Non-rhyming Poetry). Born in Norman, Oklahoma, she is a member of the Greater New York Music Library Association (GNYMLA), and is a member/have read/workshopped for the New York Poetry Forum, Parkside Poets, Riverside Poets, Brownstone Poets and Nomad's Choir. When she's not performing classical choral work, or writing art song lyrics with her choir buddies, or traveling, she lives with her husband Rudolf in Manhattan.

In the Blue Hour: Poems
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In the Blue Hour: Poems

Nirala Publications

Poetry. "IN THE BLUE HOUR looks hard at that world, sometimes close enough to spit, sometimes far enough away to soar. It's a good, blue ride."—Tim Tomlinson"Carrie Magness Radna is a poet of light and shadow, time and space, inner and outer oceans....

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