WASHINGTON -- The Potomac River has shaped history. It's also an awfully nice place to go for a hike. Both these aspects of the river are explored in ...
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In 2011, Washington, D.C. poet Sandra Beasley published Don't Kill the Birthday Girl, her memoir about food allergies. But I think I Was the Jukebox, Sandra's second collection of poetry, is the best introduction to her writing.
I have always been interested in how literature and place intersect, especially in my adopted city of Washington, D.C.
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