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"CJ Martin writes with energy, confidence and precision in capturing the subtle interplay between individual and surroundings. She is fully committed to her craft and to advancing the role of poetry in our society - for both these things, she is to be commended."- Harold Heft, Poet, Author of The Shape of This Dying: Remembering Alexander Bercovitch".a talented, interesting and observant writer."- Rachael Preston, Novelist, Author of Tent of Blue and The Wind Seller"CJ Martin is a chef with words: she concocts delicate aromas to tempt us further and heady brews to fortify us for the journey."- Stella Body, Poet, Author of Keeping the Earth Alive ". her verse is an honest, artistic expression of deep experience."- Stephen Marvin, Musician and Novelist, Author of The Assumption of Nalantai" This collection is wonderfully eclectic~ reflective, soulful, and honest. CJ's Haikus are like fresh bursts of water from a deep spring"- Angie Belcastro, Poet

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