National Poetry Month

Let the Poet Speak! – Susan Notar

Botanica, Menagerie in the Pandemic, 7 p.m. Friday, Washington, D.C

-“Botanica”, appeared in Gyroscope Review Issue 21-1, Winter;
-“Menagerie in the Pandemic”, appeared in Artemis, Vol. XXVII 2021;
-“7 p.m. Friday, Washington, D.C.”, appeared in The Forgotten River, 2021.

Susan Notar has flown over Iraq wearing body armor and makes a mean beurre blanc sauce.  She is a Pushcart prize nominee whose work has appeared in a number of publications including, Gyroscope Review, Written in Arlington, Artemis, Burningword, Burgeon, Antologia de Poemas, Alianaza Latina, Joys of the Table:  An Anthology of Culinary Verse, and The Forgotten River.  She works at the U.S. State Department helping vulnerable communities in the Middle East.

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