Thirty Dollars and a Bowl of Soup by Carla M. Cherry

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The eighty-six poems in this collection are celebrations and lamentations about womanhood, motherhood, teaching, identity, oppression, justice, loss and love, and they attempt to grapple with challenges that run the gamut from Flint to fibroids with wit, humor, sensitivity, grace, and productive defiance.

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Written by Carla M. Cherry
Publisher Wasteland Press
ISBN-13 978-1-68111-167-4
Book Dimensions 6x9
Format Paperback
Pages 170

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The eighty-six poems in this collection are celebrations and lamentations about womanhood, motherhood, teaching, identity, oppression, justice, loss and love, and they attempt to grapple with challenges that run the gamut from Flint to fibroids with wit, humor, sensitivity, grace, and productive defiance.

Carla M. Cherry is a native New Yorker and poet. Her work has appeared in anderbo.com, For Harriet, Obscura, Eunoia Review, Dissident Voice, Random Sample Review, Bop Dead City, MemoryHouse magazine, Down In The Dirt, and In Between Hangovers.

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Thirty Dollars and a Bowl of Soup by Carla M. Cherry

The eighty-six poems in this collection are celebrations and lamentations about womanhood, motherhood, teaching, identity, oppression, justice, loss and love, and they attempt to grapple with challenges that run the gamut from Flint to fibroids with wit, humor, sensitivity, grace, and productive defiance.

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