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Word Cloud: DISPLACED

First published in February 2017. Updated and reformatted.  by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Illegal Immigrants. Aliens. Refugees. Migrants. Slave Trafficking. Words, most of them ugly, which represent an explosion of desperation among the world’s most vulnerable peoples. There are 70.8 million … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: INCURSION

Originally published in 2016 – republished for Women’s History Month 2020 by Nona Blyth Cloud In an interview in the Kenyon Review in 2103,  the poet Solmaz Sharif  was asked: What have you learned about the writing process in the last … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: DISPLACED

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Illegal Immigrants. Refugees. Slave Trafficking. Ugly words that represent an explosion of desperation among the world’s most vulnerable peoples. The number of “forcibly displaced” people in the world is at the highest level on record. We … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: INCURSION

by Nona Blyth Cloud In an interview in the Kenyon Review in 2103,  the poet Solmaz Sharif  was asked: What have you learned about the writing process in the last five years? “…I’m surprised to find that in addition to … Continue reading

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