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Book details
  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:60
  • eBook ISBN:9781626757851

Somewhere Between the Adirondacks and Catskills I Got Lost in New Mexico

by Karen M. Balch

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Overview
Somewhere Between the Adirondacks and Catskills is a poetry book about a journey not only through life, but through landscapes. Every bit of life shapes and molds us. Life is truly about the journey.
Description
Somewhere Between the Adirondacks and Catskills is a poetry book about a journey not only through life, but through landscapes. Every bit of life shapes and molds us. Life is truly about the journey. Balch’s journey includes the mountainous regions of New York to learning about the diverse landscape of New Mexico. While she has changed her scenery, she has not forgotten about her roots.
About the author
Karen M. Balch, born and raised in the snowbelt region of Upstate New York, changed scenery by wandering into a place where the horizon is large, but gave her room to focus on her writing. She began a new adventure in New Mexico that included a husband and traveling. In 2005, Balch's poetry chapbook, Mountains, Rivers and Heavens, was published by Finishing Line Press. Once the Editor-in-Chief of Miners' Ink, New Mexico Tech's student-organized literary journal, she has also been the Guest Editor of Issue #58 in the Santa Fe Poetry Broadside, and has several poems and a short story published. Karen presented her poetry (along with The Tenth Muse Poetry Collaboratorium), and an excerpt from her novel, Stricken, at the 2010 RMMLA Convention. Her work has been accepted for the RMMLA Authors and Poets Read Their Work (fiction and poetry) panel at the 2013 RMMLA Convention in Vancouver, Washington, in October. Her full-length poetry collection, Somewhere Between the Adirondacks and Catskills, I Got Lost in New Mexico, is scheduled to be released early May 2013. Balch will be presenting her work at the 2013 Southwest Book Fiesta in Albuquerque. She will also lead a poetry workshop during the event. She continues to work on her memoir, a bilingual poetry book, and a children’s book.
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