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Friday Featured Blogger – Margaret Fieland

Thanks for stopping by. Today’s featured blogger is Margaret Fieland who blogs over at Margaret Fieland Unique Visions where she talks about science fiction, poetry, and more.

One thing I have in common with Margaret, is that I too was born and raised in New York. Not sure which corner of New York she was from, I was from Brooklyn, starting out in Crown Heights, moving to Flatbush, and then came the long move to Israel which lasted 15 years, to return to the U.S. in 1985 and settle in the Seattle metro area.

Last July Margaret’s novel Relocated was published by MuseItUp Publishing. Originating from a Muse Online Conference she and several other Musers got together and published a poetry anthology titled Lifelines. For more information on this anthology visit the Poetic Muselings page.

Since yesterday was Children’s Poetry Day, share with us in a comment what childhood poem was your favorite. One lucky commenter will win a prize.

If you have a blog and would like to be featured in this spot let me know either by email (gloria dot oren at gmail dot com) or in a comment.

Have a great weekend.

1 comment to Friday Featured Blogger – Margaret Fieland

  • I like What Did? from Shel Silverstein’s “A Light in the Attic.” It starts off like this:

    What did the carrot say to the wheat?
    “‘Lettuce’ rest, I’m feeling beet’.”

    Love plays on words like that.

    Gloria, I have a children’s book blog I would love to have featured here. Thanks.

    Cheryl
    ccmal(at)charter(dot)net

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