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Mojave River Press & Review Spring/Summer 2019 Featured Poet White Horse is Not a Horse LINDA BLASKEY is the recipient of two fellowship grants from Delaware Division of Arts. She is poetry/interview editor for The Broadkill Review and is coordinator for the Dogfish Head Poetry Prize. Her work has been selected for inclusion in Best New Poets and the North Carolina Poetry on the Bus Project. She spent her childhood on the plains of Kansas and in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. She now lives in southern Delaware with her husband on a small horse and goat farm. Her remarkable debut poetry collection, White Horses, has just been released and has already received numerous accolades. We’ve asked Linda a few questions, and (lucky you!) she not only gave some fascinating answers, she gave us new poems, as well! We of course include here a couple of poems from White Horses to whet your appetite—and if you’d like a signed, limited edition you can use this special link. We’ve also included, at the end of the interview, links for acquiring standard copies of Linda’s book (softcover or ebook) from three online booksellers. This is a brilliant collection of poems proudly brought to you by Mojave River Press, ’natch. Enjoy!

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Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019  

The Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019 issue spotlights superb poetry and prose by brilliant contributors from around the globe. Enjoy 2...

Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019  

The Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019 issue spotlights superb poetry and prose by brilliant contributors from around the globe. Enjoy 2...

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