Lois P. Jones featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME!

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Hey, poets and poetry lovers! Happy Tuesday to all! We’ve got another poem feature over on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME! Head on over and check out “Life of the Lily” by Lois P. Jones. http://spiltinkpoetry.tumblr.com/post/69585939447/life-of-the-lily-by-lois-p-jones

Here’s a little about Lois:

Lois P. Jones is a host of Pacifica Radio’s Poets Café in Southern California.  She is the Poetry Editor of Kyoto Journal and co-producer of the Moonday reading series.  A multiple Pushcart nominee, Lois has published in Narrative Magazine, American Poetry Journal, The Warwick Review with work forthcoming in Eyewear’s “The Poets Quest for God Anthology” and other national and international journals.  New Yorker staff writer Dana Goodyear selected “Ouija” as 2010 Poem of the Year.  She is the 2012 winner of both the Liakoura and Tiferet Poetry Prize.

 

*Art by Ali Al Ameri, Dubai, UAE

*Art by Ali Al Ameri, Dubai, UAE

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