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Jen Dupree <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 16 Mar 2023 16:54:19 -0400
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Hi all,

We recently had a lovely zoom presentation with Maine poet Sarah Carlson.
Sarah is available to do a presentation at other libraries, and she can be
reached at [log in to unmask]

Here's a little blurb about her:
Maine poet, Sarah Carlson, presents her poetry paired with photographs from
her adventures in the natural world. The words and images find each other
as part of Carlson’s writing process. Her poetry is full of love, grace,
and healing. Her background as an educator comes into play as she
creatively shares what she learns along her way.
In the words of one listener, “Sarah delivered such a heartfelt, yet fun
book reading. She made everyone sign… in that good way, and smile.”
In the words of Daniel Gibbons, DO, “Sarah Carlson’s poetry reveals a
deeply personal  journey; a path of healing that leads to union with the
Divine. Her words are medicine.”
Carlson has published three books - *The Radiance of Change *(2018), *In
the Currents of Quiet *(2020), and *Tender Light Softens:When the Deep
Places Speak* (2022).
Signed copies of all three books are available here:

Jen Dupree
Director, Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library