Voting in a Pandemic

It is time to Vote!

Our world is a wonderful place filled with beauty.

Let’s support positive change.

Let’s do our civic duty.

Let’s have a landslide election that stands up strong for human rights; for changes that will slow down the destruction of our environment, that will stop the burning of the west coast and the dramatic climate changes world wide. It is time for change. The Corona virus has changed us, slowed us down, helped us find new ways to connect, cleared the air. 

I invite you to join me in voting for Biden/Harris. But no matter who you vote for, please do your part and cast your ballot. Make your voice heard.

 

 

 

Julene’s News:

Praying Mantis: In Memory of Louella” was published by Red Elf Review on September 5, 2020.

“We Danced In Our Lesbian Bar,” “Don’t Stand So Close To Me,” and “Wine and Cheese Reception” were published in An Ocean of Possibilities: a zine for Bi+ Visibility Week in pdf format, available for download on Tiffany Sostar’s blogSeptember 23, 2020. A copy can be purchased for $12.

“Boys Prefer Trucks,” “Work Trip to the Zoo,” and “I Don’t Want to Write a Poem About Costco” (a reprint!) are pulished in Verse-Virtual, October 2020 issue.

“After the Quarantine Dinner” published in The Pandemic Anthology by Gloucester Poetry Festival in the UK where it is available as a book or an ePub.

“That Soft Middle Place,” (a reprint) and “The World is Shifting,” published in Poetry and Covid, a project funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council, Univerisity of Plymouth, and Nottingham Trent University.

 

 

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