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We have a winner for Kansas Poet Laureate Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg's The Divorce Girl: a story of art and soul

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We had 25 entries from fifteen different contestants in The Divorce Girl giveaway. The Divorce Girl: a story of art and soul is Kansas State Poet Laureate's latest book which has been released as of July 7th by Ice Cube Press.

Goldberg has scheduled readings from July 7th, 2012 through January 13th, 2013 in Kansas, Missouri, Vermont. Minnesota, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Florida, and Tuscon. Additionally, Goldberg will host Skype book group sessions through WOW program. Her book may be purchased locally at The Raven bookstore.

Drum roll please.....

Our winner is Frankie8!

Congratulations to Frankie8!!! I'll be in touch via the secure ljworld messaging service to find out how to get your book to you. I hope you'll enjoy reading it as much as I have.

Thank you to the other contestants. I encourage all of you to purchase the book and embrace it at upcoming book clubs. Goldberg does make appearances at them to discuss her book.

Comments

Ronda Miller 2 years, 5 months ago

Apparently the cuzins are having a bitter feud over this one. Who will be the first to step forward and ask Frankie8 if they can borrow it once he/ she has finished reading it?

Leslie Swearingen 2 years, 5 months ago

Ronda, I understand that. Once I have read it just let me know how to pass it on and I will do so. As far as I am concerned everyone that wants to can borrow it. I would, however like for those doing so to autograph as it goes around. Which reminds me of this from the Harry Potter series. Which came first the chicken or the egg? Answer. A circle has no beginning and no end.

Ronda Miller 2 years, 5 months ago

Congrats, Frankie. And truly the book is yours to do with as you desire. Perhaps you'd care to host a reading club and Caryn could come to discuss the book with you and your friends.

I'm sending a pm now. May the good egg circle remain unbroken and uncle Humpty never fail to fall.

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