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About meSerena is a Bachelor of Arts graduate of Suffolk University in Boston, still interested in the nuances of politics and the interplay of words on a page to create vivid imagery, convey meaning, and interpret the world. She has moved from the sticks of small town Massachusetts to the outskirts of Washington, D.C. where she writes more vigorously than she did in her college seminars. Poems can be read in issues of Beginnings Magazine, LYNX, Muse Apprentice Guild, The Harrow, Poems Niederngasse, Avocet, and Pedestal Magazine.
About my libraryI read a great many things, but rarely re-read books, unless they are phenomenal. Many of the books in my library range from general fiction and young adult to fantasy and crime novel, sprinkled with some contemporary romance. There are some chicklit books, but not too many.
Favorite librariesGermantown Library - Montgomery County Public Libraries (MD), Library of Congress
Other favoritesNational Book Festival
Membership LibraryThing Early Reviewers/Member Giveaway
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceJul 21, 2008
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