Survival Songs

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Many of her stories are based on her own family history. She would spend some time in New York City with her journalist brother and by 1897 she was employed as a journalist herself at the Halifax Herald. Pacific Standard is welcoming writers who are pursuing a journalism career to apply to the company's annual fellowship. With many verse selections, these 665 annotated entries show American Progressivism at its heyday. Her first two poetry collections, When the Lights Go Up, 2001 and One Wanted Thing, 2006 were published by Lagan Press.

Pages: 68

Publisher: Fameless Publishing Group (August 21, 2013)

ISBN: B00EPQ4LVO

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