Mama's Lullaby

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Tate Publishing, May 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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Celia created this unique lullaby in 1977 for her children, and they now sing it to their children. These soothing verses offer folklore, wisdom, and glimpses of God that are woven through the fabric of our lives and culture. Come be a part of Mama's Lullaby.

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Celia Gilbert has published three books of poetry: AN ARK OF SORTS, winner of the first Jane Kenyon Chapbook Award; BONFIRE; and Queen of Darkness, a bilingual collection of her poetry forthcoming in Poland. Her poetry has appeared in Poetry, Southwest Review, Field, and the New Yorker, among other places, and her work has been frequently anthologized. She is the winner of a Discovery Award and a Pushcart Prize. The Poetry Society of America awarded her an Emily Dickinson Prize and a Consuelo Ford Award. She worked as Poetry and Fiction Editor and feature writer for the Boston Phoenix and helped edit Women/Poems. A printmaker and painter as well as a poet, Gilbert grew up in Washington, D.C. After living abroad in England and France, she now lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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