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Caffeine Addiction by Joan Moritz

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Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark
Joan Moritz was born in New York City but long ago chose Seattle and the beautiful Pacific Northwest as the home of her heart. Retired from a career crunching numbers, she now crunches words, transcribes books into braille, and sings out loud as often as possible. Her work has been published in Blue Lyra, Drash: Northwest Mosaic, Poetica, Tilt-a-Whirl; most recently in The Fourth River ( ), Panoplyzine ( ); and is forthcoming in Vitamin Zzz.


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3 thoughts on “Caffeine Addiction by Joan Moritz Leave a comment

  1. Coffee and passion are synonymous. China or porcelain matters not. The serene brown countenance, boasting of pleasures unknown, draw me every day to its warm embrace. This piece warms me!

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