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About the Author

Marcia Gilbert
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MARCIA GILBERT, a born and bred Midwesterner from Lakewood, OH is now an adopted, New York City resident since 1981. She continues to expand her creative and dapper journeys with art, graphics, photography, and bow ties. Now retired from her freelancing, temping, and job hunting, she no longer has to sneak in artwork or other creative endeavors by night and on weekends. While Ms. Gilbert is committed to her ongoing “field work” and known for taking another one for the team, she can often be found at Cubbyhole, “just sitting there,” or waiting for another tasty beverage.

This is her first self-published book, although she collaborated with a friend on a limited edition, illustrated, and handmade chapbook of poems about 9/11, Stories from the Ruins, which is in collections of both the Detroit Institute of the Arts and NYC’s Museum of Modern Art.