101 Holiday Crafts for Year-Round Fun

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Publications International, Jan 1, 2003 - Handicraft - 72 pages
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Linda Lerner is a New York City Poet, born and raised in Brooklyn where she now lives. She is the author of thirteen poetry collections and has been twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her most recent collections are: Something Is Burning in Brooklyn (Iniquity Press/Vendetta books, 2009), Living in Dangerous Times (Presa Press, 2007), and City Woman (March Street Press, 2006). (The last two were Small Press Reviews' Pick of the Month.) In 1995, she and Andrew Gettler founded POETS on the line, the first poetry anthology available on the internet. For Nos. 6&7 (1997/98), the Vietnam Veterans/Poets issue, she received a 1997 Puffin Foundations Grant and Ludwig Vogelstein Grant. POETS on the line will be kept permanently on the net, though it ceased publication with the Millennium issue, 9&10. Her poems have appeared in The New York Quarterly, Louisiana Review, Paterson Literary Review, Onthebus, VAN GOGH'S EAR, Home Planet News, BigCityLit, Chance of A Ghost Anthology, Ragged Lion Anthology, Big Hammer, and Danse Macabre.

George Ulrich was born in Morristown, New Jersey. He received a bachelor's degree in illustration from Syracuse University, School of Art. He works as a freelance illustrator. He has illustrated A Mammoth Mix-Up, Rude Rowdy Rumors, School Spirit Sabotage, P. Hermit Claims a Castle, and Jonah's Riddle. He is the author and illustrator of Mrs. Picasso's Polliwog.

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