FutureCycle Press Publishes Mary Elizabeth Parker's New Chapbook

Miss Havisham in Winter, a cycle of poems on adjusting to the last season of one's life
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MURPHY, N.C. - Aug. 26, 2013 - PRLog -- What makes an anchorite, a recluse on her rock? In Mary Elizabeth Parker's new chapbook, the poet imagines what lives in the not-so-frozen heart--what forays, however small, are made away from bitterness and fear and toward affection.

Mary Elizabeth Parker is creator and chair of the Dana Awards in the Novel, Short Fiction, Poetry and the Essay. Her own poetry collections include The Sex Girl (Urthona Press), Cave-Girl (Finishing Line Press), Breathing in a Foreign Country (Paradise Press), and That Stumbling Ritual (Coraddi Publications). Her poems have appeared in Notre Dame Review, Gettysburg Review, New Letters, Arts & Letters, Confrontation, Margie, Passages North, and Greensboro Review (nominated for a Pushcart Prize). She has been featured poet on Poetry Daily and in Margin: Exploring Modern Magical Realism. Parker also writes prose: Her essay “Combat Boots” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her short story “Papier-Mache” was published as part of Papier-Mache Press’s anthology Grow Old Along with Me The Best Is Yet to Be, whose audio version was one of only five books-on-tape nominated for a national Grammy Award that year.

The chapbook is now available in print-on-demand on Amazon and in FutureCycle Press's catalog at www.futurecycle.org. A Kindle edition will follow sometime this fall.
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