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Terry Lowenstein believes that parity is the gift we give our children, that knowledge and education are their birthrights and that poetry is sustenance for the soul. Tea is one of her favorite beverages, but coffee with biscotti is to put it simply, one of life's pleasures, that demands to be shared. She invites you to pull up a chair and join her.
Here are a few of her favorite places where samples of her work can be found- The Centrifugal Eye, ken*again, Enpowerment4Women, Poems Niederngasse, Lily, The Copperfield Review, Triplopia, Wicked Alice, Moonwort Review, , VLQ, Vermont Ink, Iodine, muse apprentice guild, Blackmail Press, Coffee House Press, Tamafyhr Mountain Poetry, and The Maxis Review.
Her most recent poetry credits include the release last year by Foothills Publishing of her second book- Beyond the Grocer's Shelves.
She was pleased too, when her work was among the poetry featured in the recently released anthology-Women of the Web and the newly released anthology Washing the Color of the Water Golden (the proceeds from this book will be going to help those devastated by Hurricane Katrina). Other projects she's been involved include: poets against the war and two anthologies for the victims of 9/11 The Book of Hope and the World Healing Book . Following the publication of these she was invited to New York to read her work. Her poem "A Season of Change" is featured on the website devoted to the books. Here is that link:
Recently too, she was delighted to be included among the featured poets at The Argonaut Poets-in-Residence. Here is that link:
She is currently on work on her next book-The Land of Cotton.