Dreamers' Songs: Nancy Bevilaqua's Poems

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30/30 Project

I’m participating in Tupelo Press’ 30/30/ Project for July, which means I’ll be writing and submitting a poem a day for thirty days. (Click the “30/30 Project” link below to see the various poems for the first day.) If anyone is interested in sponsoring me, information is available on the page below when you click the “Donate” button.

An even better option (if you can swing it and love poetry books) is to get a subscription for $99 (see the tab about subscribing at the top of the page). It entitles you to receive nine of Tupelo Press’ beautiful books, and the $99 also goes toward my sponsorship goal. Win/win, as they say…

30/30 Project.

via 30/30 Project.

An Interview With…Me

Poet “eLPy” just posted her interview with me on her website, Little Face Publications.  She asked some really great, insightful questions that were useful to me because they made me really give some serious thought to my poetry and how I work, my books, the way I’m raising my son, my relationship with my late father, and more!  She’s also got interviews of other poets, book reviews, and her own work on the site–it’s worth a visit!

Here’s the link:


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