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The Other Side of Longing

Geraldine Mills and Lisa C. Taylor

Paper $14.95    |    978-1-851320-14-1    |    2011

  The Other Side of Longing

Lisa Taylor
Lisa C. Taylor
  Irish novelist and poet, Geraldine Mills has two published collections of short fiction, Lick of the Lizard and The Weight of Feathers. Her fiction has won the OKI Award, the Moore Medallion, the North Tipperary Award, the South Tipperary Award, and the Aspire Short Story Competition.

Lisa C. Taylor is the author of Talking to Trees and Falling Open. Her work has appeared in anthologies, literary magazines and journals including Healing Muse, Cape Rock, Midwest Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, Pegasus, and Connecticut River Review. Lisa’s poetry has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She also writes fiction and creative nonfiction.
www.lisactaylor.com/


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