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Ellaraine Lockie, poet and author of 'All Because of a Button'

From: KUFM - Montana Public Radio
Series: The Write Question
Length: 29:01

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During this program Ellaraine Lockie talks about poetry as creative writing and reads a few poems from her collection 'Wild as in Familiar.' She also talks about and reads from her nonfiction book, 'All Because of a Button.' Read the full description.

Wildasinfamiliar_small Ellaraine Lockie writes nonfiction books and essays as well as widely published and awarded poetry, Her ninth chapbook collection, Wild as in Familiar , has been recently released from Finishing Line Press and is also available in audio version with back-up sound by Heather Lockie on CD Baby. Ellaraine serves as Poetry Editor for Lilipoh lifestyle magazine and as Associate Editor for Mobius, the Poetry Magazine.

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Ellaraine Lockie writes nonfiction books and essays as well as widely published and awarded poetry, Her ninth chapbook collection, Wild as in Familiar , has been recently released from Finishing Line Press and is also available in audio version with back-up sound by Heather Lockie on CD Baby. Ellaraine serves as Poetry Editor for Lilipoh lifestyle magazine and as Associate Editor for Mobius, the Poetry Magazine.