As stated: “Living Above the Frost Line is a dwelling place for practicing poets. Here we give ourselves some extra time. Yes, we know the hard freeze will come, but until it arrives, we shall grow and share our poems.”
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and a post about southern writer Dana Wildsmith with a reprint from her new book BACK TO ABNORMAL, Surviving With An Old Farm in the New South. In March 2010, readers were interested in reading poems by MaryRicketson and Ruth Moose.