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Category : NonfictionISBN No :9781545721827
An intelligent voice. An illuminating book. Sanelli is unsparing as she explores the subject of friendship in the lives of women. This is a book of self-discovery ... dauntless, smart, funny, beautifully written. Perfect for the book club or anyone willing to delve into the hodgepodge of emotions common to those who desire to befriend another.
Mary Lou Sanelli
Mary Lou Sanelli was raised in Connecticut, educated in Boston, and now lives and works in Port Townsend, a small coastal town located on Washington state's Olympic Peninsula, and in Seattle's vibrant downtown Belltown district. Sanelli's previous collections include CLOSE AT HAND, LONG STREAKS OF FLASHING DAYLIGHT, and LINEAGE. She coordinates Port Townsend's celebrated Sunday at One Poetry Series, now in its fifteenth year, and she is Artistic Director of The Moving Arts Dance Company. Sanelli works as a writer, public speaker, columnist, and radio commentator. She is the author of six poetry collections and one collection of essays. Her poetry has been published widely and was recently included in two anthologies of Western Women Writers published by Houghton Mifflin. Her collection Close At Hand was chosen as one of nine Northwest titles in 2005 to be put into Braille by The Seattle Public Talking Book Library. Her staged reading from her collection The Immigrant's Table is an acclaimed, original spoken duet that dramatically and poetically tells a story of immigration, cultural adjustment and weaving Old and New Worlds together into a rich fabric of memoir.