“Remembering the Days that Breathed Pink” Poetry Anthology

Remembering the Days that Breathed Pink, a poetry anthology, is available through Quaci Press. Here’s a description of the collection:

“Like the evolution of the church veil, women’s experiences have been covered, silenced, unveiled, and then partially veiled again. Through this spirited collection of poems, prose and lyrics, we discover the true elements of our world and how it impacts the female soul. Filled with an entire cast of compelling characters that delivers each act with riveting language, Remembering the Days that Breathed Pink, recounts the days of innocence, desires, fears, motherhood, curiosities, and observations. This anthology is a diverse collection of women’s voices that exposes both the complexities and the inner balance of the female journey.”

Contributors to this anthology were Tisa Adamson, Nicole Borello (Editor), M. Terry Bowman*, Sarah Chavez, Heather June Gibbons, Tina Gibson, Amber Husar, Tereza Joy Kramer, Karen An-hwei Lee, Raina J. León, Alexandra Mattraw, Amber Nelson, Stella Padnos-Shea, Erika Peterson, Ileana Shevlin, Della Watson, Abigail Welhouse, Laura Madeline Wiseman, Valerie Witte, Ché Zuro.

*M. Terry Bowman’s poems:

- “Geography of a Solo Traveler”

- “The Appointed Our”

- “The Tide is High”

- “Debt Collector” (originally appeared in ZO Magazine)

- “What a Difference a Day Makes”

- “Code Red”

- “Superwoman”

 

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