Calliope doesn't have an easy time waking up in the morning-which means she's often late to school, a fact that doesn't escape Mrs. Rutherford or any of the sixth graders in Calliope's first period class. Mrs. R, as all her students call her, is teaching the class poetry writing and invites them to participate in the First Annual Shining Voices Poetry Festival. Who will win the top prize? Will it be Calliope, who writes about natural wonders, or Miranda Michelli, the smartest girl in the sixth grade?
CS Reid holds a MFA in Writing & Critical Theory from Otis College of Art & Design; M.Ed. in Cross-Cultural Teaching/English from National University. Her work has appeared in diverse publications—most notably are: The Truth About the Fact: International Journal of Literary Nonfiction Anthology, Shadowtrain, Blue Fifth Review, Burner Magazine, and Monkeybicycle; chapbook, Walking Near the Precipice (Lily Press, 2007) and ebook, Intonations Heard in the Desert (Gold Wake Press, 2008); YA book, Plucking Poetry from the Air (Paraguas Books, 2010). Reid is a freelance writer, educator, and Jazz singer/composer/musician in Los Angeles, CA.
Descrizione libro Paraguas Books LLP, 2010. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 956578624
Descrizione libro Paraguas Books LLP, 2010. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0956578624