I am honored to have been selected as Featured Author and Panelists at the 13th Louisiana Book Festival to be held October 19, 2016. My 2016 book of poetry entitled A Slow Moving Stream is to be featured, and I will read selected poems from this publication. The link for featured authors is at the http://louisianabookfestival.org/authors_featured.html link. The schedule of the poetry panel in which I am featured has not been announced, and I encourage you to go to the http://louisianabookfestival.org/authors_featured.html link for the At-A-Glance 2016 Festival Schedule to be posted there sometime during this month of September.
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A Slow Moving Stream, new book of poetry
In her book, A Slow Moving Stream, poet Diane Moore follows the languid Bayou Teche from its source at Port Barre to Morgan City, Louisiana where it empties into the mighty Atchafalaya River, making a journey that traces Cajun origins in a lovely, lonely landscape. The book is illustrated with photographs by botanist Dr. Victoria I. Sullivan, a painting by Morris Raphael, and the glasswork for the cover was done by Karen Bourque.
Click here to order a copy of the newly released A Slow Moving Stream, a book of poetry by Diane Marquart Moore including photography by Victoria I. Sullivan and other images in color. Clicking here offers an opportunity to order A Slow Moving Stream at a discounted price of $13.99 vs the full price of $21. Thank you for being an avid reader of Diane’s poetry. We know that you will enjoy the poetry in her new book.
Your Chin Doesn’t Want to Marry is in preparation for publishing by Border Press in July, 2016. This book was privately published in 1980, and now I’m making it available publicly. Artwork for the cover is from a glass piece by Karen Bourque, entitled Pickerel Weed, which you can see to the left. As a preview, here is a poem from that manuscript:
THE FALCON PAST
You say you don’t know, it could end. . .you’ve had
too many bad experiences. . .Little is known about
experience. . .It is faithless, trackless, heedless of
terminals. . .If you go back to slay the weeds. . .a forest
springs up ahead. . .The problem lies in thinking. . .
it has made you grow. . .taller than the forest. . .or
faster than the weeds?. . .Little is known about
experience, except that. . .you cannot ignore its