My book arrived on Friday, March 13, amid a pandemic. The speaking engagements and book signings I had planned and was planning are now on hold, along with the plans of most of the rest of the world. At least we can still stay at home and read, as long as we do what we must to stay healthy.
If you want a signed copy of the book, send me a message and I’ll tell you how to make that happen. The book is also available online from Amazon and Barnes&Noble.
When I can visit indy bookstores in Oklahoma safely, I’ll let you know where you can pick up copies of the book locally.
Sharon Edge Martin is a reading specialist, poet, and writer whose work has appeared in such magazines as Family Circle, Oklahoma Today, Outside, True West and in Michael Bugeja’s The Art and Craft of Poetry. She writes a weekly essay for Oklahoma Observer and is a frequent reader in Oklahoma’s spoken poetry scene. Her first picture book is Froggy Bottom Blues (2017). Her first full length book of poetry is Not a Prodigal (2018). When she isn't teaching poetry workshops or presenting at schools, you'll find her on the farm with her artist husband, a dog, two cats, and a couple dozen chickens.
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