Los Angeles, CA-The Copperfield Review published a poem by award-winning author, Carolyn Howard-Johnson in its winter issue. It was chosen because of its literary merit but also because it relates the history of mankind to recent world events so well. The quarterly journal, edited by Meredith Allard, specializes in historical literary material.
"Peril" was inspired by 9/11. Howard-Johnson used the poem in her presentation called the "Three Faces of Tolerance" at the Glendale Public Library's Arts and Lecture Series. This poem is part of her work in progress, Skyscapes: A Woman's View.
Also the author of This is the Place, a novel which has won eight awards, and Harkening: A Collection of Stories Remembered, which has won three, Howard-Johnson's creative nonfiction has been featured in anthologies like Pass Fail (she is a former teacher), and her poems have appeared in literary journals like Yarrow Brook Literary Review and California State University's Penumbra.
For more information on the Copperfield Review go to: http://www.copperfieldreview.com/
Learn more about the author at http://carolynhowardjohnson.com
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