Survival Songs Paperback – 25 Aug 2013
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About the Author
Meggie Royer is a writer and photographer in small-town Ames, Iowa, where corn and unexpected weather are abundant. Her poetry deals with complicated relationships and a plethora of social issues. Her work has been published in Lost Freedom Magazine, Scratchpad, Winter Tangerine Review, Words Dance Magazine, The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards 2013 National Catalog, and more. In March 2013, her writing portfolio won a National Silver Medal in the 2013 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and her poetry collection won a National Gold Medal.
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6 December 2013
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
I've been reading the works of this author for around a year or so now, and with a best friends birthday coming up I knew exactly what to get them. This is just perfect, slim but heartfelt, readable in bad times and good. A wonderful starting point for people who aren't entirely certain if they'll enjoy poetry.
29 November 2015
I love Meggie's work and would love the paperback but I think £999.10 is a tad steep!!! Whats that all about?
17 April 2015
Meggie is an amazing writer, this book has inspired yet taught me many things, i suggest you get it. It will not dissapoint you.
20 December 2013
this book was poorly written and simplistic, and to me showed a lack of poetic knowledge. She does try and explore a lot of sensitive problems so I give her credit for that, but unfortunately she's just not a particularly good writer.
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