Tag Archive: Kathleen Aguero


Kudos and calls

Blue light © Ellen Wade Beals, 2017

Hello out there! March ends and April begins. Poetry Month starts tomorrow–be prepared to celebrate whether you want to or not! It’s also April Fool’s Day so pay attention and don’t fall for any malarkey. Kudos go to several contributors to Solace in So Many Words, including  Michael C. McConnell whose short story, “Dancing,” about …

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Spring, taxes, and news (Boyle and Aguero)


April 15 is the day to file your taxes in the US.  Every year I vow to be more prepared so I am not looking for documents at the last minute or having to make a run to the accountant. But guess what? I never change and I am always somewhat frantic. The same with …

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Poems wanted for Persephone / Demeter anthology

Kathleen Aguero, who contributed  the poem “Turkey Pond: Scattering the Ashes” to Solace in So Many Words, checked in the other day. She has a poem titled in “Liberty Hotel, Boston” in  the June issue of Ocean State Review. She also mentioned that she and colleague Alison Stone are working on an anthology.  Here is the info: …

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