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Karen Lewis
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Karen Lewis is a freelance writer and editor who leads workshops with California Poets in the Schools. She earned an MFA from Antioch-Los Angeles and formerly directed the Mendocino Coast Writers’ Conference. Her poetry chapbook Peace Maps is available from Finishing Line Press. When not writing or reading, she’s passionate about travel, garden-to-table, outdoor adventures, keeping the oceans clean and safe, and building world peace. Visit her at wordjourneys.org

Books reviewed by Karen Lewis

To Be a Man (01/06/21)
Run Me to Earth (03/18/20)
Life Undercover (01/08/20)
Mrs. Everything (07/10/19)
The Old Drift (05/29/19)
Ghost Wall (03/06/19)
The Far Field (01/23/19)
In Extremis (11/14/18)
A Spark of Light (10/31/18)
Eat the Apple (03/07/18)

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