Rochelle Jewel Shapiro
This poem arose from the vast amount of stuff I had to throw away in order to move to my new home and still I was choked with boxes. Click on the pink title. Click here for Steeped in Sepia
Funny thing happened. The editor printed an edited version of my poem which I hadn’t noticed and read the original instead! I like the oral version better. Special thanks to my sister, Nannette, for letting me rehearse with her. The hesitation, the almost senior moment, was not her fault. 🙂 Aha, I have resolved the […]
My. novel, MIRIAM THE MEDIUM, published by Simon & Schuster in 2005 has been reissued and is available on Nook, Kindle, et. al. and in book form.
I remember my editor saying that MIRIAM THE MEDIUM will never die. She was right.
Due to Covid, University presses are, shall we say, pressed. VIRGINIA NORMAL couldn’t put together a print issue, so they quickly got it up online. Bravo for them. Brava for me. It also reminds me of when we were out and about in the city. Issue 6 Spring 2020 Scroll down in the poems to my […]