Ignoring Season's Call
Beneath a chiseled pewter sky
Dark burnished leaves
but Fall refusing to be rushed
Terry Lowenstein is a poet and freelance writer who lives in North Carolina with her husband, two daughters and four cats- Dickens, Emerson, Merriam and Webster.
A well-published writer, her work appears in numerous anthologies, journals and ezines. Among her most recent published credits was the release this past April of her first chapbook-"Searching for Tea Leaves in a Pot of Coffee." And just a short while ago her poetry was among the work featured in the newly released anthology-"Women of the Web." She is presently at work finishing up her second chapbook- "Beyond the Grocer's Shelves" and a series of fictional picture books for children.
The following is a small sample of recent poetry publications that have featured her work: The Baroque Review, SaucyVox, The Maxis Review, The Lotus Blooms Journal, Blackmail Press, Aphelion, Niederngasse, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Short Stuff, The Horsethief's Journal, The Green Tricycle, The Pedestal Magazine, Southern Ocean Review, Blue Fifth's Review, Retrozine, Twilight Times, Fables, lingerings, and The Copperfield Review.
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