Books reviewed by Nichole Brazelton at BookBrowse.

Nichole Brazelton
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Nichole is a poet, college educator, and freelance writer who holds a Master's degree in Philosophy of Communication and Rhetoric from Duquesne University. She is an MFA candidate at New England College and her current work maintains a special focus on the interplay of motherhood and magical realism. In addition to her love for poetry, she enjoys reading literary fiction, memoirs, and true crime novels. Her poems have been anthologized multiple times and can be found in The Magnolia Review, Sysyphus Literary Magazine, Pretty Owl Poetry, Beyond Words International Literary Magazine, and For Women Who Roar, among other places. You can visit her at www.writeagain.org

Books reviewed by Nichole Brazelton

Zorrie (02/17/21)
Chatter (02/03/21)

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