About Author: Sally Cook

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A former Wilbur Fellow and six-time nominee for a Pushcart award, in 2007, she has published three books, Measured By Song, Making Music. As one of two finalists in the 2013 Aldrich Press Poetry Book Award, Cook was awarded publication of the manuscript for The View From Here, her third book I During Poetry Week 2014, The Poetry Collecftion at SUNYAB, Buffalo, published Cook’s chapbook of her work. Poems and essays by Sally Cook have appeared in numerous magazines and journals such as Blue Unicorn, Chronicles, First Things, The Formalist Portal, Light Quarterly, Lighten Up Online, National Review, Pennsylvania Review, Trinacria and other venues, both print and electronic. The poet is also a painter of Magic Realist paintings. She began as an exhibitor in Manhattan’s Tenth Street Co-operative Galleries, moved into geometrics and went on from there. Her work has been exhibited at many leading galleries and museums and represented in national collections.

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The Cat Who Barked

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The Erato-Rats

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A Cautionary Tale

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Religious Symptoms  

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One Wintry Day

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Jesus Saves

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Zapped By Cupid

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Nine Principles for Making a Contemporary Piece of Art

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The Lost Part

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An Afternoon Idyll

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Seasonal

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The Companion

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Cemetery

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Gardening

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Once The Honeymoon Is Over

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Norms

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Making Music

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Poem For A Birthday

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The Naked Truth

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