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He Wore Hats by Susan Suntree

Background photo: Picasa/Wikimedia Commons, CC0. Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark
Background photo: Picasa/Wikimedia Commons, CC0.
Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Susan Suntree writes poetry and essays, pesters the crowds at malls and parks with her mask and puppet street theatre, and works to save wetlands and indigenous sacred places. Sacred Sites: The Secret History of Southern California, received an Independent Booksellers Association Award for Nonfiction, PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Award for Poetic Narrative, a Mellon Foundation Award. Other books: Eye of the Womb/El Ojo de la Matriz (poetry in English and bilingual editions), Tulips (translations of poetry by Spanish poet Ana Rossetti), also Rita Moreno, Wisdom of the East. Poems in, among others, Prairie Schooner, ZinkZine 6, Ensemble Jourine, Piedra del Molino, REAL, Fightin’ WordsPEN Anthology. Reviews in Poetry Flash and Theater Journal.

Website: http://www.susansuntree.com/

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2 thoughts on “He Wore Hats by Susan Suntree Leave a comment

  1. ooops! that was supposed to be 5 stars but my computer didn’t cooperate. nice poem!!! enjoyed.

    jeanie tomasko

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