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Roger Dickinson-Brown

Author's Bio

HER LAST POEM: When I am dead, remember this for me: Furious morning birdsong, wind in a tree, A storm coming and a glass of old wine, The grace of the color green, the clear-eyed fine Smile of a girl, the red leaves of September. Remember, love, when I will not remember, The cry of the fox, the delicacy of the dove, And never me. Remember what I love. (See also the French and English Wikipedia entries.)

Publications and Prizes

Books:
Ragtime (La Croix St-Ouen, 2013), Bread and Wine: Poems 1988-2009 (La Croix St-Ouen, 2009), Notes pour mes petits-enfants / Notes for My Grandchildren (La Croix St-Ouen, 2008), Three French Mystery Stories (La Croix St-Ouen, 2005), The Dilapidated Heart (Crépy, 2004)
Journals:
Agenda, Canto, Intermuse, Song, Southern Review, Synthesis

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Listing last updated: June 25, 2014

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings?
No
Travels for readings?
No
Identifies as:
Other
Prefers to work with:
Seniors, Mentally Ill
Fluent in:
French

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