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The Moe Green Poetry Discussion with Guest Julene Tripp Weaver Hosted by Tracy Darling

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Join Tracy Darling as she talks with Julene Tripp Weaver. Weaver is a native New Yorker, who lives in Seattle. Her first full size poetry book “No Father Can Save Her” is a new release from Plain View Press. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing from the City University of New York, where she studied with Audre Lorde. She has a Master’s in Counseling and her first chapbook, Case Walking: An AIDS Case Manager Wails Her Blues, has a small selection of her poems written during her eighteen years working in HIV Services. She is widely published in journals, including: Main Street Rag, Gertrude, Nerve Cowboy, Qarrtsiluni, Pilgrimage, Drash, to name a few. Two recent anthologies where you can find her work are: A Dream in the Clouds, featuring art inspired by the 2008 Presidential Election, and Spaces Between Us: Poetry, Prose and Art on HIV/AIDS. She does wordplay on Twitter @trippweavepoet and has a website where you can read more of her writing, www.julenetrippweaver.com.

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