Break until July

Hi everyone! Thank you so much for following this blog and for writing to support mental health! This blog will take a break until July, so look for us again then and meanwhile, write write write. Look to try to cultivate a regular writing practice. You don’t have to write every day, but don’t forget to give writing a shot when you want to express yourself and maybe another manner of expression won’t be as effective.

Have a wonderful few weeks! See you in July!

Best,

Liza

Published by lizawolfffrancis

Liza Wolff-Francis is a poet and writer with an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Goddard College who is proud to have served two terms as a member of the Albuquerque Poet Laureate Program’s Selection Committee. She was co-director for the 2014 Austin International Poetry Festival and a member of the 2008 Albuquerque Poetry Slam Team. She has an ekphrastic poem posted in Austin’s Blanton Art Museum by El Anatsui’s sculpture “Seepage” and her work has most recently appeared in Steam Ticket, eMerge, Minute Magazine, Weaving the Terrain: 100 Word Southwestern Poems, Bearing the Mask: Southwestern Persona Poems, Poetic Routes, Poetry Pacific, Edge, and on various blogs. She has a chapbook out called Language of Crossing (2015, Swimming with Elephant Publications), which is a collection of poems about the Mexico- U.S. border. She loves breakfast food, popcorn and dark chocolate.

2 thoughts on “Break until July

  1. I got to meet her
    For a moment
    In time
    Steadfast and determined
    To mark
    This broken world
    I added to the pain, fodder for words
    I’m sure a fruit fly now
    Shame of something bigger
    Ego check
    Humbled
    Had my own, retribution
    Think deeply
    In reverie and respect
    About Juarez
    And dolphins in the morning sea
    $45
    Desayuno included
    Will you ever
    Write
    Me
    Back?

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    1. Hi Susana,
      Hope you are doing well. Thank you for your poem note. I can’t believe how long it has been. Wishing you the best- always.
      -Liza

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