A bit of confetti, a piece of melted chocolate, and a Swiss army knife – National Poetry Month day 5 with Elizabeth Fountain

Thank you to Sonya Rhen for including me in her series on National Poetry Month. Here’s my piece; be sure to follow Sonya to read all the beautiful work she’s sharing.

Sonya Rhen

Welcome to day five of National Poetry Month.  Today I have fellow WordPress blogger, Sci-Fi Writer and poet, Elizabeth Fountain.  I met Liz at a Science Fiction panel at last year’s Northwest Bookfest and have been following her blog posts ever since.   After reading her vivid poem below check out her blog for more of her writing.  Enjoy!

Elizabeth Fountain left a demanding job as a university administrator in Seattle to move to the small town of Ellensburg, Washington, and pursue her dream of writing novels. She started writing in grade school; fortunately, most of her tortured high school poetry and song lyrics are lost to posterity. Her first book, An Alien’s Guide to World Domination, is a tale of people, aliens, and dogs who face the impossible, and do it anyway. Now Liz has three more novels in progress, including You, Jane, which will be published by Champagne Book…

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