Inheritance of Aging Self

In this collection of poems, Lucinda Marshall, AB ’79, “beautifully reminds us to cleave to our memories: scent memories, rearranged and fractured memories, body memories that get absorbed back into the universe. These poems are infused with wisdom to help guide us through the legacy of our own non-being,” writes Nancy Naomi Carlson, a fellow author.

Lucinda Marshall is the founder of both the DiVerse Gaithersburg (Maryland) Poetry Reading, and the Gaithersburg (Maryland) Poetry Workshop. Her poetry has won awards from Waterline Writers, Third Wednesday and Montgomery Magazine, and has been published in numerous journals, including Global Poemics, Broadkill Review, Foliate Oak, The Rising Phoenix Review, and Poetica, as well as in anthologies. She lives in Maryland and is also an accomplished mixed media and fabric artist.

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