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An Interview with Prolific Poet, Russell Salamon

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Help 2 Succeed Blog Talk Radio Host Sharon Beth interviews prolific poet, Russell Salamon, to find out his successful actions and tips to success. A prolific poet, Russell Salamon is the author of many books of poetry, among them the published Breeze Hunting, poems, 2001, Descent into Cleveland, a novel, 1994; Woodsmoke and Green Tea, poems, 2006; Ascent from Cleveland: Wild Heart Steel Phoenix, Huron , Ohio, 2008. His work has also appeared in Passager, Sunstone, Uncommon Ground, Daybreak, The Listening Eye, Saint Petersburg Russian-American Anthology, Peckerwood, Puckerbrush Review, Retooling for the Renaissance in the Third Millennium, among others. He serves on the editorial board for California Quarterly, published by California State Poetry Society. He has been a featured reader at many places in California and New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Florida. He lives in North Hollywood, CA and will be featured at the Los Angeles Main Public Library, downtown near 5th and Grand, on June 30, 2010, 7:00 PM. Park under library; $4.00 with validation. The editor of Russell's book "Woodsmoke and Green Tea", Padraic Cohee said of Russell's work: ". . . the secret of this book's own magic comes pouring forth like a diluvian inundation of lyrical synesthesia [flood]. The log-jam is broken open and we are swept away in a current of water, trees, freedom, true love, and poetic imagery. And there is a breeze whispering in the branches: you can ride the updraft all the way back to eternity. . . . From the paper to the trees themselves, this book is an enchantment of trees and wooden things. Wonderful!" Russell will be interviewed as well as doing a poetry reading during this show. We are in for a real treat, so don't miss it!

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