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Tina Lear is like a truffle pig for poetry. From Walmart to privilege, needlepoint to dementia, Lear finds poetry where the average eye sees only mud. Playful in her language but relentless in her assessment of the world, Tina writes exceptionally on many topics, but where I find she excels most is in her rendering of the complicated love of families, stating, “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, but it bruises.” Imaginative and unflinchingly honest, Lear’s is a voice you can trust.
– Megan Falley, author of Drive Here and Devastate Me [Write Bloody Publishing, 2018]
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