Dreamers' Songs: Nancy Bevilaqua's Poems

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Poem Up at Juked–“Desert Circus in Three Rings (Dream Poem #2)”

Last summer I was thinking and dreaming a lot about what had happened in Ferguson, and about similar events around the county. I was also thinking about the destruction and death in Gaza under Operation “Protective Edge”, and about finishing the poems for my book about Jesus and Mary Magdalene, Gospel of the Throwaway Daughter. This poem was one of the results, and I’m really happy that the literary journal Juked chose to publish it!

http://juked.com/2015/07/nancy-bevilaqua-desert-circus.asp

My Poem “Blackouts (Dog Days 2014)” at MadHat Lit

The fabulous literary journal MadHat Lit saw fit to include my poem, which is about the violence and unrest in Gaza and in Ferguson late last summer, in its Winter 2015 issue. Here it is (and definitely read some of the other poetry and prose there as well):

http://madhatlit.com/blackouts-dog-days-2014-nancy-bevilaqua/

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