Shelf Life is a collection of poems composed by a clinical psychologist/poet whose voice speaks with compassion and insight into themes ranging from memory, loss, and curiosity about family history to the value of art and significance found in small objects. Each poem is a response to what is uncovered when dusting a bookcase -- the books, photographs, saved items and objects of art that have inspired the writer to pause, to question and excavate the deeper meanings and poetry found in what surrounds us.
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About the Author
in Louisville and later, in Edmonds,Washington.
She lives with her wife and dog on Lopez Island in the Salish Sea where she enjoys retirement time for writing, creating journals and cards, and volunteering.
Her poems have appeared in numerous print and on-line journals.
Shelf Life is her first published collection.