Poets on Adoption

Seventeen poets with adoption experiences (including me) have essays and poems on this new blog curated by Ellen R. Tabios:  http://poetsonadoption.blogspot.com/

The blog is featured on today’s Poetry Foundation Harriet blog http://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet/2011/04/poetry-and-adoption/

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About Michele Leavitt

Michele Leavitt, 2013 winner of the inaugural Michael Macklin Prize, and 2010 winner of the William Allen Creative Nonfiction Prize from The Ohio State University, is a high school dropout, former trial attorney and hepatitis C survivor. She has taught writing, literature and critical thinking in New England, Japan, Florida, and Idaho. Her poems and prose are published in a wide variety of print and online journals, including The Humanist, The Journal ,Mezzo Cammin, Passager, The Lyric, and The Tower Journal. Currently, she serves as co-director of the honors program at Unity College, and as the Presidential Spouse because her husband, Stephen Mulkey, serves as president. Contact her at michelejleavitt (at) gmail (dot) com
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One Response to Poets on Adoption

  1. Hi Michele, I just published a chapbook that includes my adoptee experiences, too! So glad to find you. My chapbook is Sleeps With Knives and it’s on Amazon and Kindle. I wrote under a penname Laramie Harlow. I will definitely get this book you’re in! I will definitely mention this book on my blog Split Feathers!

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