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- September 10, 2010

Book Talk

ON GRANDPARENTING ... A poem by Palo Altan Pearl Karrer, who also edits the California Quarterly poetry journal, called "She Convalesces in a Chair by the Window," will be included in an anthology on grandparenting — "Child Of My Child: Poems and Stories for Grandparents" — to be published in September. You may have caught one of her recent poems, "Foothill Trail, Early February," when it was featured in "30 Poems in 30 Days," a contest by the Arts Council, Silicon Valley, honoring April as Poetry Month. Information: The anthology, which costs $14.95, can be ordered from Gelles-Cole Literary Enterprises, P.O. Box 341, Woodstock, NY 12498, or online at www.ChildOfMyChild.weebly.com.

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