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About meI've lived in Tucson Arizona since 1971 and am particularly close to the saguaro (see photo). After 30 years of practicing law, I quit and now teach writing and humanities at Pima Community College. I also am active in my synagogue and teach writing and liturgy there. Many of my poems and some prose pieces have been published in various literary magazines and anthologies. My book, "Learning to Say 'Satoraljaujhely'" was published in 2010 by Jumping Cholla Press, and I have been doing readings and presentations (with slides) based on the book.
About my libraryI love to read and almost never de-acquisition. I am also grateful to have inherited the collections of my father and one of my closest friends, both great readers and thinkers who are now of blessed memory.
Favorite authorsSherman Alexie, Sandra Cisneros, Louise Erdrich, Judith Hauptman, Abraham Joshua Heschel, Toni Morrison, Pablo Neruda, Grace Paley, Leslie Marmon Silko, William Carlos Williams, Ofelia Zepeda (Shared favorites)
Real nameLynn Saul
LocationTucson AZ USA
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceMar 16, 2007
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