If I had my life to live over, I would pick more daisies

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Papier-Mache Press, Nov 1, 1992 - Fiction - 205 pages
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This companion volume to the award-winning anthology, When I Am an Old Woman I Shall Wear Purple, illuminates the experiences of women, young and old, reflecting on the choices they have made. In these stories and poems we see how women's alternatives are both extended and limited by personal belief systems, ethnic and cultural identity, class and economic status, age, and gender. Whether exploring significant public events or small private choices, these word portraits resonate with authenticity and meaning.

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IF I HAD MY LIFE TO LIVE OVER I WOULD PICK MORE DAISIES

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Often evocative anthology of women's poems, prose, and photographs about choices that helped contour the authors' lives: a follow-up to the popular When I Am an Old Woman, I Shall Wear Purple, a ... Read full review

Contents

Loving Jerry
3
Broken Vows
10
A Palsied Girl Goes to the Beach
18
Copyright

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Martz is founding editor and publisher of Papier-Mache Press. She holds a MBA from California StateUniversity.

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