DRY CRIK PRESS

5 responses to “DRY CRIK PRESS

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  2. I am interested in publishing some of your poems or content in our small town newspaper (215 pop. ranching community/400 subscription weekly paper). How do I go about this?

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  3. MaryHelen Sutter

    I need your address so I can write to you.
    My email address: mhjs1111945@gmail.com
    Thank you

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  4. I am working on a history of Chapman School in Riverside (1964-1966) and its predecessors going back to 1957. Helen Cecilia Terry was one of the first teachers during its incarnation as Yokaya Preparatory School in 1957-1958, and then was headmistress when it was Riverside Preparatory School in 1957-1958. I was fascinated and charmed by your poem “Limbo.” I hope you can write to me at kevinakin1950@hotmail.com and let me know anything you can about Miss Terry. Thank you! -Kevin Akin, Riverside, California

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  5. Oops, she was headmistress in 1958-1959.

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