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Helen Losse

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Helen Losse is the author of Better With Friends, published by Rank Stranger Press in 2009 and the Poetry Editor of The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature. She has two chapbooks, Gathering the Broken Pieces and Paper Snowflakes. Her recent poetry publications and acceptances include The Wild Goose Poetry Review, Main Street Rag, Iodine Poetry Review, Blue Fifth Review, Heavy Bear, and Hobble Creek Review. She has poems in two anthologies: In the Arms of Words: Poems For Disaster Relief and Washing the Color of Water Golden: A Hurricane Katrina Anthology. Four of Losse’s poems were selected by NC Poet Laureate Kathryn Stripling Byer to be included with the works of two other poets in “August 21-27, 2006: A Bouquet of Poems by Winston-Salem Poets” on the website of the North Carolina Arts Council. Losse’s poem, “Four Snapshots of the Sea-Going Boats” won first place for poetry, 2009 Adult Writing Contest of the Davidson County (NC) Writer’s Guild. Educated at Missouri Southern State and Wake Forest Universities, Helen Losse lives in Winston-Salem, NC. She occasionally writes book reviews for various venues.

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